Latest US Tribal Interests News
“Working together” is the theme being promoted at the Western Indian Gaming Conference.
Same name, different approach for the second online poker bill introduced in California in 2015.
Gato believes there is a 50-50 chance that the final version of his bill will pass this year.
In spite of a path to suitability under the newly proposed law, supporters of PokerStars still object to “artificial competitive advantages” contained within the bill.
Santa Ysabel launches real money online bingo through “proxy play,” with online poker next in line.
California tribe challenges conventional thinking, moves forward with real money online poker in spite of legislative impasse.
Bill with tribal consensus is “a blatant attempt to provide certain interests with an unfair competitive advantage.”
Calls for a bad actor clause in Californian legislation are rebutted in a statement arguing that they are unnecessary and anti-competitive.
Twelve tribes denounce removal of a “bad actor” clause from any online poker legislation in the state.
Tribe files suit after US Department of Interior disapproved of its plan to offer online gambling to international players.