Seneca Nation of Indians bemoans New York bank account freezes

In the United States and the casino-operating Seneca Nation of Indians has reportedly declared that the state of New York has engaged in an ‘aggressive overreach’ by having its account with a prominent local ba...

New York threatening Seneca Nation of Indians over revenue-sharing hold-up

The eastern American state of New York has reportedly told the casino-operating Seneca Nation of Indians that it could soon face ‘enforcement and collection efforts’ tied to the pair’s long-running dispute over...

Seneca Nation of Indians hold-up hits New York revenue-sharing deal

In the United States and the casino-operating Seneca Nation of Indians has reportedly asked the National Indian Gaming Commission to rule on the legality of its recently-agreed revenue-sharing deal with the sta...

Casino operator attempting to scupper Florida online sportsbetting agreement

The firm behind one of the largest commercial casinos in Florida has reportedly filed a federal lawsuit in an attempt to invalidate a recent deal that is destined to bring legalized online sportsbetting to the ...

Sportsbetting looks to be on its way to Florida following gubernatorial consent

The governor for the southern American state of Florida, Ron DeSantis (pictured), has reportedly put his signature to a new gaming compact that is to allow the Seminole Tribe of Florida to begin operating land-...

Florida legislators sign off on new tribal gaming compact

In the southern American state of Florida and local lawmakers have reportedly overwhelmingly approved proposed legislation that would legalize land-based sportsbetting and authorize the building of up to three ...

Florida legislators remove online and mobile from proposed gaming compact

In the southern American state of Florida and legislators have reportedly removed a section of a proposed agreement with the Seminole Tribe of Florida that would have allowed the tribe to offer mobile and onlin...