The Indian Gaming Industry Report provides current, unique, cutting-edge research on Indian gaming appropriate for Native American tribes, gaming companies, casino vendors, investors, regulators, federal/state/local governments, gaming analysts, industry consultants, attorneys, lobbyists, public and government affairs consultants, academics, and any individuals interested in the state of Indian gaming. The report is succinct yet thorough in its analysis and information on the state of Indian gaming today.
The Report provides nationwide and state statistics (the latter not available anywhere else) for calendar year 2015, the most current data available. Market summaries and performance metrics are provided by state. Summaries include year-over-year comparisons for gaming and non-gaming related revenue. The Report includes a directory of the 494 Indian gaming facilities that operated in the United States in 2015 along with a cross-reference listing of 242 gaming tribes and the facilities they own.
The Report also includes comparisons across states and classes of gaming, state-by-state historical perspective and trends, an examination of the reasons for Indian gaming performance, comparisons to other gaming segments, an economic impact analysis measuring Indian gaming's contribution to the U.S. economy, and a qualitative future outlook.
- View historical Indian gaming revenue data back to calendar year 2001 by state, along with revenue growth, non-gaming revenue, number of tribes, number of Indian gaming facilities, number of gaming machines and table games at Indian gaming facilities, and revenue sharing payments made by tribes
- Indian gaming market analyzer tool
- Continuously updated Indian gaming tribe and property data
- Online access to the Report in easy-to-use Flipping Book format
- In calendar year 2015, there were 242 Native American tribes operating nearly 357,000 gaming machines and nearly 7,700 table games in 494 gaming facilities across 28 states.
- Gaming revenue at Indian gaming facilities nationwide grew approximately 5.5% in 2015 to an all-time high of approximately $30.5 billion.
- 2015 was the sixth consecutive year of growth for Indian gaming.
- Indian gaming became the largest casino gaming segment, generating 44.3% of all U.S. casino gaming revenue in 2015.
- The growth rate of non-gaming revenue at Indian gaming facilities (4.5%) was strong but slightly less than that of gaming revenue.
- There continued to be a wide disparity in the performance of Indian gaming.
- Gaming revenue grew in 24 states, including double-digit growth in four states.
- However, gaming revenue declined in four states, including a double-digit decline in one state.
- The top 2 states generated approximately 40% of total gaming revenue at Indian gaming facilities; the top 5 states generated about 63%; and the top 10 states generated 85%.
- Indian gaming facilities, including non-gaming operations, directly and indirectly generated approximately $103 billion in output, 770,000 jobs, $35.5 billion in wages, $1.76 billion in direct revenue sharing payments to federal, state, and local governments, and $10.5 billion in federal, state, and local taxes.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Executive Summary
6. The State of Indian Gaming
7. State-by-State Review
8. The State of the Gaming Industry
9. Assessment of the Performance of Indian Gaming
10. The Economic Contribution of Indian Gaming to the United States Economy
11. The Fiscal Benefits of Indian Gaming to the United States Economy
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