Seminole Tribe easily outpaces rivals in Florida with $2.3 billion in gaming revenue (August 8, 2017)
The Seminole Tribe took in $2.3 billion at its casinos in the fiscal year that ended in June 2016, according to Nick Sortal of SouthFloridaGambling.Com.
Lawrence Payer, 71, was the first former council member to plead guilty and the first to be sentenced for his role in taking gaming funds from the Winnebago Tribe.
The National Indian Gaming Association has joined a coalition whose goal is to repeal a ban on sports betting but doesn't actually support sports betting at this point.
Oklahoma is home to more Indian gaming facilities than any other state and the industry shows no signs of slowing down.
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