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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. 

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Sports-betting enthusiasm abounds in Arizona, where tribes are leading the way in the new gaming market that launched this month. 

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WASHINGTON — E. Sequoyah Simermeyer was confirmed by the Senate to become chairman of the National Indian Gaming Commission in November 2019. Just four months later, the world, including many of the tribal casinos he’s in charge of regulating, shut down.

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The Seminole Tribe of Florida and its lucrative Hard Rock Hotel & Casino chain has long captured the fancy of tribal gaming operators. 

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An increasing shift toward online and mobile gambling has prompted two U.S. Congressmen to try to clarify what that means for tribal gaming going forward.

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Ernie Stevens III hopes to pull the tribal gaming industry into the world of esports, expanding revenue opportunities and widening its demographic reach. 

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Ransomware attacks have wreaked havoc on tribal governments and enterprises, shutting down businesses and destroying sensitive archives. 

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LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The  San Manuel Band of Mission Indians has continued its investment in Las Vegas with a deal to acquire the Palms Casino Resort. 

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WAYLAND, Mich. — The Gun Lake Casino detailed plans for a new $300 million expansion project that will upgrade the property to include a 250-room luxury hotel, indoor pool that will double as an event venue, a spa and an additional restaurant. 

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Both Native American tribal candidates have been eliminated for the running for building a casino in Richmond, Va.