Oklahoma State revenues are up thanks to Indian Gaming
July 04, 2009
Oklahoma Office of State Finance reported state revenues are up 30% from
American Indian operated casinos. Revenue increased to $105.6 million from
Tribes the operate casinos in the state of Oklahoma have the same agreement. 4
to 6% of electronic game revenues and 10% of table game revenues are paid to the
The Quapaw tribe in northeast Oklahoma was the largest contributor. Quapaw
Casino and Downstream Casino Resort earned $4,467,968 in state revenues during
this fiscal year. Downstream Casino Resort opened earlier this fiscal year.
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