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First Nations casinos in Saskatchewan add 250 slot machines


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First Nations casinos in Saskatchewan will be adding new slot machines for the first time since 2008.

The Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority reached an agreement with the province to add 250 more machines. They will be installed at six First Nations casinos in early 2015, bringing the total number to 2,120, according to news reports.

SIGA recorded a net income of $86.8 million in 2012-2013, according to CBC News.

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SIGA casinos to get 250 more slot machines (CBC 5/21)
250 slot machines to be added to Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority casinos (CP 5/21)

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