The California Nations Indian Gaming Association (CNIGA) has confirmed that the United Auburn Indian Community (UAIC) has joined the association.
The Lac du Flambeau Tribal Council has become the first Native American Tribe in the US state of Wisconsin to ratify a treaty presented by the Tribal Internet Gaming Alliance (TIGA) organisation.
Gerry Gionet, founder of GEObet Network, has confirmed that several Native American tribes have asked to join the organisation, which provides iGaming solutions to land-based casino operators.
Chief William Bills from Nevada’s Winnemucca Indian Colony is urging tribes in neighbouring state to oppose passage of intra-state gambling legislation.
New compact will see Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes permitted to operate PokerTribes.com for players outside of the United States.
American land-based casinos in Pennsylvania and Connecticut will utilise developer’s iGaming platform in order to offer play-for-fun online poker.
Hannahville Indian Community in Michigan has become the first aboriginal group to premiere a play-for-fun iGaming site utilising nLive solution.
Turnkey iGaming solution has been designed to ‘complement and extend’ North American tribal and independent land-based casinos businesses online.
Leading land-based casino operator is teaming up with game show producer Jonathan Goodson to launch Velocity Gaming joint venture.