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National Indian Gaming Association Supports Sports Betting Reform

The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA) has announced that it will join forces with the American Sports Betting Coalition (ASBC), a group which is campaigning for the repeal or amendment of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA). ASBC is primarily run by the American Gaming Association (AGA) and represents law enforcement officials, states…

Mobile to Dominate Indian Gaming

Research and Markets – Though the gaming industry is still at an emergent stage in India, it offers immense growth potential. A growing percentage of young population, steadily rising disposable incomes, surge in the use of personal computers and mobile phones, rise in potential customers like housewives and a burgeoning number of game developers are…

Indian companies target game development sector

From Channel News Asia The billion-dollar global game development industry is looking to outsourcing as a way to cut costs — and one of the newer countries it is considering is India. But while the country is increasingly becoming attractive as a destination, it faces stiff competition from other Asian countries who have been in…

Why Tribal Gaming Will Oppose New Online Gambling Bill

From Legal Poker Sites A bill that expands gambling in the United States requires the support of groups that will operate the proposed system.  The bill sponsored by Representative Peter King (R-NY) that would regulate online gambling in the United States will be missing this key element.  Tribal gaming interests are certain to oppose this…

California Online Poker Tribal Settlements

From Online-Casinos.com The race for more online poker legislation on American soil has become one of, hurry up and wait, for states that haven’t already jumped on the bandwagon. The recent launch of the real money internet poker business in Nevada and New Jersey’s passing of its own internet rules and regulations with Delaware is…

American Indian tribes oppose New Jersey’s Internet gambling measure

From Press of Atlantic City Almost immediately after New Jersey legalized Internet gambling, an alliance of American Indian tribes operating thousands of miles away issued a statement decrying the move, accusing the state of weakening gambling license requirements. The California Tribal Business Alliance’s reaction was a testament to the far-reaching effect of New Jersey’s decision…