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Congratulations and Thank You to OIGA Board Members

Christian Fenner, Choctaw Nation, has been re-elected to the position of OIGA Secretary/Treasurer, and will serve a three-year term. She has served on the OIGA Board for many years, beginning her service in the position of alternate delegate for the Choctaw Nation....

From the Chairman

With the release of our second Statewide Economic Impact Report came a flurry of positive media coverage on our report and the far-reaching benefits that Tribal Government Gaming brings to our entire State, and as this report illustrates, rural areas in particular....
OIGA’s Sheila Morago in Indian Gaming Magazine

OIGA’s Sheila Morago in Indian Gaming Magazine

It’s a Big Small World: Tribes Must Not Become Lost in the Changing Global Landscape of Gaming Although in some ways the gaming industry is experiencing intense growth, in other ways it’s becoming smaller and smaller. The growth is easy to spot. Technological advances...
Welcome to the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association’s website!

Welcome to the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association’s website!

As this story out of California reminds us, gaming helped bring many U.S. Indian Tribes out of poverty: Until the advent of tribal gaming, reservations on which glimmering casinos stand today were mired in poverty. San Manuel Chairwoman Lynn Valbuena recalled how as...