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Tag: Indian Tribes

The 50-State iGaming Initiative: Colorado to Georgia

A state-by-state look at the current iGaming landscape in the United States. Which states are primed for iGaming? Which are likely to pass? Find out here.

PokerNews Feature: The Future of Online Poker in the U.S. -- Is Your State Next?

PokerNews' Matthew Kredell examines the future of online poker in the U.S. Which state will launch next? Will Sheldon Adelson's plot to ban Internet poker work?

California Reacts to Sen. Feinstein's Support of Online Gambling Ban

California's Indian tribes and gaming concerns respond to the news that Sen. Dianne Feinstein has co-sponsored a bill that would ban online gambling.

Tribal Leaders Confident in iGaming Prospects for Indian Country

Ernie Stevens Jr., chairman of NIGA, and Valerie Red-Horse, owner of Red-Horse Financial Group Inc, are confident in iGaming prospects in Indian country.

California Assemblyman: Still a Chance for Online Poker in 2014

California Assemblyman Isadore Hall says there's still a chance for legalized online poker in the Golden State by the end of 2014.

TIGA Receives Letter of Recognition and Support from Isle of Man Government

The Government of the Isle of Man has issued a letter of recognition and support to the Tribal Internet Gaming Alliance (TIGA).

Is Wisconsin the Next State to Enter iGaming Mix?

Is Wisconsin primed to enter the iGaming fray? One tribe in the Northern part of the state thinks so, while many lawmakers are aware of the issue.

The 50-State iGaming Initiative: Alabama to California

A state-by-state look at the current iGaming landscape in the United States. Which states are primed for iGaming? Which are likely to pass. Find out here.

PokerNews Exclusive: Seminole Hard Rock Poker Sets the Bar High for 2014

Florida’s Seminole Hard Rock Poker revealed their plans for 2014 including the poker brand’s first Player of the Year contest and some tasty details about upcoming events.

Focus of Efforts for U.S. Online Poker Is More About Defense Than Offense in 2014

John Pappas and the Poker Players Alliance ready to stand tall and face Sheldon Adelson and company, stating the focus of efforts to license and regulate Internet poker in the U.S. will be more about defense than offense in 2014.

Federal Government Intervenes in Oklahoma Tribal Online Poker Compact

U.S. Department of the Interior stopped Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes from offering online poker to international players through its website pokertribes.com.

Indian Tribes Look to Capitalize on Internet Gaming in U.S.

With more and more states showing interest in online gambling, Indian tribes across the country want a piece of the market.

Inside Gaming: Federal Commission Concerned About Macau, Tribes Eye iGaming, and More

Inside Gaming examines potential issues in Macau, Native American tribes planning for internet gambling, and an EU official scrutinizing Austrian gaming laws.

Inside Gaming: Casino Boats in Hong Kong, the House Votes Against an AZ Tribe, and More

In this week’s edition of Inside Gaming, we took a look at a floating casino in Hong Kong, a House vote to block a casino in Arizona, and a potential casino project in Japan.

Inside Gaming: Hard Rock Proposal Voted Down in West Springfield Mass., and More

This week, Inside Gaming looks at West Springfield’s vote on the Hard Rock proposal, a potential Catawba Indian project in North Carolina, and a change in management in the Philippines.

Inside Gaming: Disagreement in Massachusetts, a Massive Resort in Vietnam, and More

In this week's edition of Inside Gaming, we take a look at Massachusetts, Vietnam, and Detroit, Michigan.

Inside Gaming: Atlantic City's Struggles Continue, Parx Passes Borgata, and More

In this week’s edition of Inside Gaming, February casino data shows beginning of post-Sandy rebound, Parx surpasses Borgata as the most profitable poker room in the area, the American Casino & Entertainment Properties LLC reports their fourth...

Inside Gaming: New Mexico's Profits in 2012, More Delays in NJ and Gambling in Uniform

This week in Inside Gaming we examine New Mexico’s profits in 2012, PokerStars’ bid to take over the Atlantic Club, and a proposal to prevent U.S. soldiers from gambling in uniform

2012 Legislative Year in Review

Matthew Kredell takes a look at poker legislation in 2012.

World's First Real-Money Tribal Online Casino Launches

The Northern Bear Casino becomes first tribal nation to offer online gambling with northernbearcasino.com on the GEObet Tribal Gambling Network.

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