Tag:Apr2021

Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention 2021: Partnering to Present Indian Country Economic Diversification

by Ernest L. Stevens, Jr.
The National Indian Gaming Association will host its 2021 tradeshow in Las Vegas, NV, on July 19-22 at the Caesars Forum. We are working diligently on organizing an event that is fully equipped with our attendee's and visitors' health and safety in mind.

Why Casinos Must Stay Vigilant on ID Authentication

by Joe Oprosko
The term ID authentication should be understood as a process that is separate from and more secure than ID verification. ID verification is often used in reference to barcode scans, and while this technology is better than nothing, it can still leave properties vulnerable to fraud.

Unlock Mentoring at Your Property

by Jeanette Showalter
Mentoring and guidance has been a natural system for tribal leaders to assure the future of a precious resource – the next generation.

What’s Next for Casino Food and Beverage?

by Craig Pendleton
Casinos have a unique opportunity, created by the pandemic, to reassess, reinvent, retool, and revise all of their amenities, including food and beverage operations.

Integrating Emotional Intelligence in Business Trauma Management

by David Vialpando
If there was ever a time to emphasize Employee Assistance Programs, with guided counseling for financial challenges, depression and anxiety, family distress and relationship challenges, now is the time.

Online Gaming: The Great Experiment

by Andrew Klebanow
Rapid growth is expected in future months as more casinos secure agreements with online service providers and activate their systems.

Re-Building Your Casino Entertainment Program

by Kell Houston
Entertainment is a unique element of a property’s “brand” that has been up in the air due to the pandemic for quite some time. This may create an opportunity for a re-boot.

MICS Overview for Sports Betting Operations

by Tony Gerlach
Seemingly every month, additional states are passing legislation to legalize sports betting, and in turn, tribes look to compact with those states in order to offer that gaming outlet in their casinos.

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Governor Holcomb Signs Bill Ratifying Class III Gaming Compact With Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians

SOUTH BEND, IN – Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb visited South Bend recently to complete a ceremonial signing...
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Indian Affairs Approves Colville Confederated Tribes’ Leasing Regulations Under HEARTH Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) announced that it has approved business leasing regulations...

San Diego Board of Supervisors Repeal Policies Hindering Tribal Growth

PALA, CA – The County of San Diego Board of Supervisors has repealed blanket opposition on fee-to-trust applications...

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