Florida has seven Indian gaming casinos. Six casinos are owned and operated by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, and one casino is owned and operated by the Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida.
The total annual revenuesfrom Indian gaming in Florida is estimated to be $2.5 billion ranking third in the U.S.
Minimum gambling ages are 21 years old for casinos, 18 for poker, 18 for bingo, 21 for sports betting, 18 for horse racing, 18 for the lottery.
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There are three Seminole casinos in Broward County, and one each in Collier, Hillsborough and and Okeechobee Counties. The Miccosukee Tribe owns a casino in Miami-Dade County.
Each casino link below provides details about the casino, the gaming offered, its restaurants, hotel, etc.
1. BROWARD COUNTY
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
5550 NW 40th Street
Coconut Creek, Florida 33073
Seminole Classic Casino
4150 N. State Road 7
Hollywood, Florida 33021
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood
1 Seminole Way
Hollywood, Florida 33314
2. COLLIER COUNTY
Seminole Casino Immokalee
506 South 1st Street
Immokalee, Florida 33934
3. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa
5223 N. Orient Road
Tampa, Florida 33610
4. MIAMI-DADE COUNTY
Miccosukee Resort & Gaming
500 S.W. 177th Avenue
Miami, FL 33194
5. OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
Seminole Casino Brighton
Route 6, Box 611
Okeechobee, Florida 34974
August 8, 2021
The 30-year sportbetting and gaming compact signed last April between Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Seminole Nation has cleared the Bureau of Indian Affairs of the U.S. Department of Interior. The federal department allowed the 45-day review deadline to expire without action allowing the state-tribe agreemwent to be "considered to have been approved".
"The final approval of this historic gaming compact is a big deal for the State of Florida," Governor Ron DeSantis said in a statement.
In a press release, Chairman of the Seminole Tribe of Florida Marcellus Osceola Jr. said, "Today is a great day for the people of Florida, who will benefit not only from a $2.5 billion revenue sharing guarantee over five years, but also from statewide sports betting and new casino games that will roll out this fall and mean more jobs for Floridians and more money invested in this state."
July 25, 2021
Florida's recent gaming deal with the Seminole Tribe of Florida has brought millions of dollars in political contributions from out-of-state gaming giants to promote more gaming initiatives on the 2022 election ballot.
The 2022 election issues has attracted major contributions from the following:
Las Vegas Sands wants approval to build casinos in Florida.
FanDuel and DraftKings are promoting their own online sports betting deal for voter approval.
The Seminole Tribe has allocated money to defend the 30-year gaming compact reached with Gov. DeSantis.
West Flagler Associates, owner of Miami's Magic City Casino, wants to expand parimutuel gambling.
June 7, 2021
The new Seminole gaming agreement with Florida is the largest and the most expansive Indian gaming compact ever written in our nation.
Under the terms of the agreement, the Seminole Tribe of Florida will pay Florida $20 billion over 30 years including $2.5 billion in the first five years.
In return the Seminoles will receive:
Exclusive right for all Florida sports betting, craps and roulette.
All sports betting including mobile apps would be hosted on Seminole reservation land.
The Seminoles will pay Florida 13.75 percent of its sports-betting net revenues.
Pari-mutuel operators may contract with the Seminoles for 60 percent of its sports-betting revenue. The tribe will receive 40 percent and pay 10 percent of the pari-mutuel net winnings to the state.
Sports betting will not begin before Oct. 15, 2021.
The Seminole Indians will add sportsbooks, craps and roulette to their casinos.
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, FL will be allowed to add three new casinos on its property.
Some non-tribal casinos will have opportunities to open in other parts of the state including the Trump National Doral golf resort and the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel.
The agreement was ratified by the Florida Legislature May 19, 2021.
The agreement was signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis on May 25, 2021.
The U.S. Department of the Interior must now approve the gaming compact. The department has 45 days from Gov. DeSantis' signing to make that decision.
May 21, 2021
The Florida gambling bill proposed by Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Seminole Tribe of Florida last month has been approved by the Florida legislature. The Senate passed it on a 39-1 vote on Tuesday, and the House followed with a 97-17 vote Wednesday.
The 30-year deal gives the state $2.5 billion in new tax revenues over the first five years and $20 billion over 30 years. The Seminole Tribe will get an amended gaming compact to operate sports betting, craps and roulette in its casinos.
The sports betting provision is expected to draw immediate court challenges.
Because the Florida-Seminoles gaming compact is changed to add sports betting and new table games, the U.S. National Indian Gaming Commission must sign off on the agreements. That process will take two months or more. Sports betting is expected to start around October 15th.
April 28, 2021
Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a 30-year gambling deal with the Seminole Tribe of Florida last Friday to bring sports betting to Florida and expand Seminole gaming in Florida. The state house will now meet May 17 to consider whether or not to approve the deal. The state senate already approved the bill on April 12.
The gambling bill includes the following features:
Florida will receive a guaranteed $2.5 billion over the next five years and $6 billion over the next ten years.
Florida sports betting would be authorized at all Seminole casinos and pari-mutuels (poker cardrooms, horse racing tracks and jai-alai arenas).
The Seminole Tribe will offer online and mobile sports betting apps. The pari-mutuels could partner with the Seminole Indians to offer their own apps and keep a 60% share of the revenue.
Bets can be placed on professional and college sports events, motorsports and Olympic games. Proposition bets will be allowed for professional sports but on college games.
Minimum age for sports betting in Florida will be 21 years old.
Seminole casino will be able to add craps and roulette to their table games.
Seminole Tribe can build three new casinos in the Hollywood, Florida area.
The deal would allow the transfer of casino licenses within the state. Interested parties include the Trump National Doral and the Fontainebleau Resort in Miami Beach.
June 12, 2020
South Florida casinos reopened today after a 3-month shutdown. Returning visitors will find significant health and safety changes that restrict smoking, ensure player distancing and limit dining options.
November 07, 2018
Amendment 3, the anti-casinos initiative was approved by Florida voters. Over $24 million was spent by the Seminole Tribe and over $20 million was spent by Disney in support of the measure.
Under the new law the development of new casinos in the future would not be done under the Florida government approval. Instead approval would have to be made from a statewide ballot vote. Regardless of where the casino would be built and regardless of what area the Florida voter resides in, the voters would have a say.
Disney supported the measure to eliminate tourism competition and maintain Florida's family friendly image. The Seminoles also supported the measure to eliminate gaming competition. The law also does not apply to casinos built on tribal land.
Opposed to the measure was the Miami Dolphins. This was due to the possibility of sports betting not being legalized in the state.
August 15, 2018
A constitutional amendment that would change Florida casino laws is being supported by both the Seminole Tribe of Florida and Disney Worldwide Services. This decision on the proposed change would happen this November.
On July 30 both the Seminoles and Disney gave the political committee, Voters In Charge, $10 million to give support in the constitutional amendment that would prevent the future of gaming expansion in the state. As of August 03, the committee had $20 million in cash. Since 2017 over $14.6 million has been contributed by Disney to the group per the released finance records. $11.7 million has been given from the Seminoles. Voters In Charge has received 99 percent of their donations from these two groups.
Voters In Charge is a nonprofit political group. The amount of required signatures needed to place the measure on the November ballot were collected from the group.
The proposed bill is known as Amendment 3. It is also known as The Voter Control of Gambling Amendment. In order for it to pass, 60 percent of the voters would need to be in favor of the measure. Amendment 3 would give the voters the right to authorize and decide on future gaming expansion. The Legislature and the governor would not have as much power over the decision over how many and what types of games would be allowed.
The Seminoles are supporting the amendment in order to prevent slot machines from being installed and operated in eight counties. Currently only Florida tribal owned casinos and casinos in Broward and Miami-Dade counties are the only legal areas for slot machines to be in operation.
$300 million is being paid annually to the state by the Seminoles as part of an arrangement that would prevent other counties from offering slot gaming.
August 10, 2018
Six of the Florida casinos owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida will stop the use of plastic straws.
The change will be put into effect on September 01. The plastic straws will be replaced by drinking straws that are more eco-friendly. Bags that are for to go meals will be replaced by paper bags as well at the Florida casinos. This will occur by the middle of August.
The casinos that will be making these changes are the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa, the Seminole Casino Immokalee, the Seminole Casino Immokalee, and the Seminole Casino Immokalee. Also, both Hollywood located casinos. The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, the Seminole Classic Casino.
Biodegradable containers are currently in use at the restaurants owned by Seminole Gaming. The containers are used for to go food and are reusable and recyclable.
Seminole Gaming and the Seminole Tribe of Florida are striving to make a conscientious effort in their practices of sustainability.
This has been on a trend of other large companies vowing to be more ecofriendly and removing plastic straws and plastic stirrers for drinks.
Starbucks, Marriott International, and Royal Caribbean have also recently made the choice to remove plastic straws. So have tourist destinations like Sea World, Busch Gardens, and Walt Disney World.
All five city commissioners for Hallandale Beach have given approval for a plastic straw citywide ban. On September 05 a second vote will be made on the ban. If approved this will be the first city in Broward County to outlaw plastic straws
April 20, 2018
A new gaming compact has been agreed upon between the State of Florida and the Seminole Tribe. Under the new compact the state will receive $300 million. The tribe will have exclusive rights to slot machines and table games.
A lawsuit had been ongoing over previous compact. The tribe sued the state over a breach of compact. Florida had allowed for other gaming venues that were not owned by the Seminole's to operate certain games. Last year the state submitted a counter lawsuit against the tribe. The new compact ends the litigation.
After the 2017 lawsuit, the tribe stopped playing the state the taxes that were agreed upon in the previous compact. Instead, the money was placed into an escrow account. Over time, the account grew to $120 million. That money will be paid out as part of the agreed upon $300 million to the state.
The $300 million payment will ensure that the tribe will have exclusive gaming rights. After May 2019, the payments will end. This will take place at the end of the legislative session.
Much of the money that is paid to the state from the gaming revenue funds environmental and education programs. Under the new gaming compact, payments from the tribe will go to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
The newly agreed upon gaming compact will be in effect until 2030.
Currently Seminole Hard Rock Casinos are investing over $2.4 billion into two locations. Those expansions are taking place in Hollywood and in Tampa. Construction jobs and permanent positions after the projects are complete will create thousands of jobs.
Voting will take place this November to determine if the state legislature or the residents of Florida should decide on the future of gaming expansion in the state.
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