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WAYLAND, Mich. — In his four and a half years running Gun Lake Casino, Sal Semola has been an architect of growth in helping the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish Band of Pottawatomi Indians strategically expand and solidify its gaming enterprise.

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Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprises has announced a partnership in Arizona to leverage the mobile gaming platform of Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Hard Rock Digital brand. 

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Sports betting in the state of New York has exploded in the wake of its Jan. 8 mobile wagering launch. 

The Empire State has registered at least $1.5 billion in mobile bets since betting platforms became operational, according to data from the Institute for the Study of Tribal Gaming Law and Policy at the University of North Dakota.

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SANTA ROSA, Calif. — The Koi Nation of Northern California is partnering with an enterprise of the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma to develop its proposed Shiloh Casino & Resort in Sonoma County.

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The partnership between Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise and Hard Rock Digital continues to evolve. 

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HOCHATOWN, Okla. — The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma plans to break ground this spring on a new four-story, 202,000-square-foot casino and resort development in the southeastern corner of Oklahoma. 

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Tribal gaming has seen a roaring recovery after COVID-19 induced slumps, but that growth could be checked by an increasingly dire labor shortage. 

That’s according to industry insiders who spoke during a Jan. 12 webinar hosted by the National Indian Gaming Association, which highlighted that the labor shortage poses key challenges, even amid a period of improved financial performance.

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PALA, Calif. — The Pala Band of Mission Indians plans to sell off the iGaming software company it launched in 2013 and use the proceeds both to pay down debt and to invest in other revenue-producing acquisitions.

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ATMORE, Ala. — Poarch Band of Creek Indians’ gaming arm has acquired Seattle, Wash.-based digital gaming company FlowPlay Inc. in a move to broaden its offerings to with customers “on or off our properties.” 

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The Seminole Tribe of Florida intends to make a major splash on the Las Vegas strip. 

The tribally owned Hard Rock International brand yesterday announced it had signed a nearly $1.08 billion deal to acquire the operating assets of The Mirage Hotel and Casino from MGM Resorts International.