INNOVATOR IN THE TRIBAL GAMING INDUSTRY

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Act with integrity.

OUR MISSION

Enforce regulatory standards designed to protect fair gaming, tribal assets and resources, and the general safety and welfare of the public.

OUR VISION

To be an innovator and leader in the tribal gaming industry.

OUR VALUES

Act with integrity. Respect tradition. Promote ethical business practices. Commitment to our employees and their families.

Respect tradition.

The Gaming Commission is:

An independent body responsible for the regulation of the Tribe's Gaming.
Separated completely from the Tribe's role as owner and operator of Tribal Gaming operation.
Gaming Commission purpose is regulatory, not managerial.
Ensures compliance with applicable Tribal, Federal, and State Laws, as party to State-Tribal Compact.

The Gaming Commission is:

An independent body responsible for the regulation of the Tribe's Gaming.
Separated completely from the Tribe's role as owner and operator of Tribal Gaming operation.
Gaming Commission purpose is regulatory, not managerial.
Ensures compliance with applicable Tribal, Federal, and State Laws, as party to State-Tribal Compact.

Promote ethical business practices.

The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) was adopted by Congress in 1988 to:

Promote economic development, self sufficiency, and strong governments
Provide statutory basis for the Federal regulation of Indian gaming
Establish the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC)

The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA) was adopted by Congress in 1988 to:

Promote economic development, self sufficiency, and strong governments
Provide statutory basis for the Federal regulation of Indian gaming
Establish the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC)

Commitment to our employees and their families.

IGRA Provisions include 3 classes of gaming:

Class I - Social games for prizes of minimal value or traditional games
Class II - Bingo, pull tabs, and games similar to bingo including technologic aids
Class III - All other forms of gaming, not Class I or Class II

IGRA Provisions include 3 classes of gaming:

Class I - Social games for prizes of minimal value or traditional games
Class II - Bingo, pull tabs, and games similar to bingo including technologic aids
Class III - All other forms of gaming, not Class I or Class II