There are three Indian nations in New
York (St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, Seneca Nation of Indians and Oneida Indian Nation)
which operate eight gaming facilities. These eight facilities have 11,335 slot
machines, which increased 4.2% in 2007, and 351 table games, which increased
The major growth came from western New York where the Seneca Nation opened its Buffalo Creek Casino in Buffalo and the Seneca Allegany casino expanded its gaming floor and opened a hotel.
Nationwide there are now 425 Indian gaming facilities owned by 230 tribes.
Total revenue in 2007 was $26.5 billion which represents a 5% increase over
Return to New York Casinos.
Live Betting, Racebook
Blackjack, Table Games, Slots
Video Poker, Live Dealers
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