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2009 Indian Gaming Revenues are $26.5 Billion

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June 11, 2010

WASHINGTON DC - The National Indian Gaming Commission released data today showing the total revenue by Indian Gaming in 2009 was $26.5 billion. This compares to $26.7 billion in 2008.  There are 233 Native American tribes engaged in gaming across the United States.

  • 58% of Indian casinos reported less revenues than 2008. Half of these decreases were less than 10%.

  • 39% showed an increase in gaming revenues.

  • The gaming operations that showed an increase included 15% with 50% growth or more.  In many cases these were new casinos that opened in 2008 or older casinos expanded in 2009.

Source: National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC)

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