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Casino Arizona adds high-limit games

News Brief: The Casino Arizona northeast of Loop 101 and McKellips Road has opened a new and expanded high-limit game room.

Females execs blazing trails in tribal casinos

News Brief: Gambling-industry observers estimate that 25 percent of tribal casino managers are female.

Arizona casino numbers dip

News Brief: New figures Wednesday from the Arizona Department of Gaming show that the revenue the tribes share with the state from their casinos was about $24.4 million for the first three months of 2008.

Arizona tribal casinos face tougher odds

News Brief: Arizona casinos are facing tougher odds as they try to avoid losses during the economic downturn.

Arizona casinos allowed to add slots

News Brief: Arizona's gaming tribes may add a total of 2,908 slot machines to their casinos this year under a formula that allows tribes to increase slots and blackjack tables every five years at the same rate that the state population grows.

Arizona tribal casino funding delayed

News Brief: A deal between Navajo Nation and the Gaming Enterprise had not been completed, meaning that final Budget & Finance Committee approval of investing $35 million of the Land Acquisition Trust Fund for gaming is expected to be delayed.

Arizona bets on customer loyalty

News Brief: Arizona's booming casino industry is building prosperity on middle-class consumers who are armed with rewards cards similar to frequent-flier cards.

Slot licenses auctioned off

News Brief:Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley announced that the community will lease rights to an undisclosed number of slot machines to other Arizona tribes that already have gambling operations.

Group files against Najavo casino funding

News Brief: A group of former Navajo Nation leaders and grassroots members are moving forward with litigation to prevent the Nation from concluding a $100 million loan agreement with JP Morgan Chase to finance gaming.

Loan helps move Navajo project forward

News Brief: The approval of a $100 million loan agreement by the Navajo Nation Council in mid-October makes the most recent projected opening date for a temporary casino looks promising.

Desert Diamond Casino choses CDI

Desert Diamond Casino has licensed Casino Data Imaging’s CasinoCAD v4 and CasinoCAD Enterprise business intelligence programs.

Navajo line of credit approved

News Brief: Casino development on the Navajo Nation is back on track following the Tribal Council's approval Monday of a $100 million line of credit.

Navajo drag feet on gaming credit

News Brief: A feisty Navajo Nation Council wrestled with the question of a $100 million line of credit Friday, finally pinning its hopes on more talk.

Arizona casino profits lead to problems

News Brief: Casino profits have given the Arizona Pascua Yaqui tribe a reason to hope and an excuse to fight.

gCommerce signs with Arizona casino

gCommerce Solutions reports that it has signed contracts with four properties, including the Prescott casino resort.

Navajo casino hits snag

News Brief: The drive to get the first Navajo Nation casino up and running has hit another snag.

Arizona casino move finds support

News Brief: A once controversial plan by the Gila River Indian Community to relocate and enlarge its Lone Butte Casino south of Chandler, Arizona, is bringing compliments from city officials and an open house to neighbors.

Navajo casino loan approved

News Brief: The New Mexico Economic Development Committee approved legislation which would authorize the Navajo Nation to commit to a $100 million loan from JP Morgan Chase to establish gaming on the reservation.

Arizona poker champ crowned

News Brief: Casino Arizona named a new State Poker Champion Aug. 19at the culmination of the third annual Arizona State Poker event.

Towns await Arizona casino decision

News Brief: Chandler Mayor Boyd Dunn and Councilman Matt Orlando say the city and neighbors need more details from the Gila River Indian community about a planned casino move as a new group of residents mounts opposition.

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