Tribal Gaming Ultimate Guide
My tribal gaming ultimate guide offers insights on thirty out of fifty U.S. states with tribal gaming as well as three other states with tribal casinos pending. The federal IGRA of 1988 regulated tribal gaming and established a national gaming commission. Oklahoma has the most tribal casinos and California the second-most.
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Quick Episode Summary
- Intro (0:00)
- The Ultimate Guide to Tribal Gaming (1:03) – The IGRA of 1988 provided a regulatory framework for tribal gaming, including establishing a national gaming commission for tribal casinos. Over 30 U.S. states have tribal gaming, with tribal casinos pending in 3 other states. Oklahoma has the most tribal casinos, over 100 of them, while California has the second-most.
- Closing (26:42)
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