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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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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.

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Emerging with the Illinois Gaming Board’s blessing to pursue a casino in the south suburbs of Chicago after a years-long process has Arthur Mothershed feeling “a little surreal.”

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The Illinois Gaming Board has selected a subsidiary of Poarch Band of Creek Indians-owned Wind Creek Hospitality for a much-coveted commercial casino license in the south suburbs of Chicago.

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A little more than one month after accepting its first wager, the Seminole Tribe of Florida has suspended its mobile sports betting operations in the state. 

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WASHINGTON — The Seminole Tribe of Florida is appealing a decision by a D.C. District Court judge that put the tribe’s exclusive and lucrative sports betting agreement with the state of Florida in limbo.

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Choctaw Nation’s long-term relationship with gaming financier and consultant Rob Miller brought the Oklahoma-based tribe to the table for a bid at a highly competitive commercial casino license in Cook County, Ill. 

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Two tribes remain in the running for an open commercial casino license in the suburbs south of Chicago following a Wednesday afternoon Illinois Gaming Board meeting. 

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Three tribes are competing for a commercial gaming license in the suburbs south of Chicago as an initial decision from the Illinois Gaming Board draws near.