HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveNewslettersVolume 22AGA ANNOUNCES TRIBAL UPDATES TO RESOURCES, NEW WEBSITE

On December 15, 2015, the American Gaming Association (“AGA”) announced that it has begun including tribal data within its By the Book gaming information resource. The addition is the first time that the AGA has included information from tribal gaming companies within its resources.

By the Bookis the AGA’s online tool to assist the industry in comparing regulatory overview statistics from a number of US gaming jurisdictions. The resource was launched last year and includes overviews of the basic regulatory considerations in 24 commercial casino jurisdictions, as well as Class III tribal gaming jurisdictions with the most recent update.

“AGA is playing a crucial role in highlighting the complex regulatory landscape the casino gaming industry and regulators often navigate, and the addition of Tribal gaming information to By the Bookmakes it an invaluable resource for a wide range of stakeholders,” stated AGA President and CEO Geoff Freeman in a press release on the matter.

The resource adds to the collection of existing information databases available for industry members, such as Casino City’s Gaming Regulationwebsite which provides news, vendor licensing, regulatory agency and advisors contacts, and responses to frequently asked questions.

In addition to the update By the Booksite, the AGA also announced that it has redesigned its website. The site, available here, has been altered to more prominently feature its event calendar, information on membership, research and advocacy efforts, and current news updates. In addition to the current changes, the AGA anticipates adding sections for its membership and related to state-level advocacy work.



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