New Mexico

News & Analysis

Tribal Gaming Industry Praises Interior Secretary Nominee

She was not the first choice of President-Elect Biden’s transition team and may not have even been the second, but the nomination of Congresswoman Deb Haaland of New Mexico to be secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior is positively electrifying the tribal gaming industry.

Despite COVID-19 Risks, Tribal Casinos Remain Open

As states issue new capacity restrictions and closure orders affecting commercial casinos, tribal gaming finds itself having to make the tough choice between continuing operations or shutting down casinos at a severe financial cost.

Research & Reports

Special Report: Sports Betting and Tribal Gaming

In May 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the federal law that had previously prohibited state and tribal governments from expanding sports wagering in their jurisdictions. This special report provides an overview of some of the key legal issues that will now determine how and where betting will be incorporated into the tribal gaming industry.

Special Report: Distributed Gaming In U.S. States

Although many states restrict Las Vegas-style slot machines to commercial and tribal casinos, a handful of U.S. gaming jurisdictions also permit limited-stakes video lottery terminals (VLTs) or video gaming machines (VGTs) in non-casino venues such as bars, restaurants, and civic organizations.

In recent years, this segment of the U.S. gaming market — sometimes referred to as slot-route operations or distributed gaming — has attracted greater attention among policymakers, in part due to the explosive growth of Illinois’ VGT market.

Tribal Gaming: Supplier Licensing

This special report outlines the licensing requirements for suppliers of gaming equipment to Indian casinos in major tribal gaming markets across the United States.

U.S. Regulatory Roundup: May 2018

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from May 2018 includes information on a ballot initiative in Arkansas, gaming legislation in Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana and Colorado, sports betting in Delaware, Mississippi, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, tribal litigation in New Mexico and federal gaming legislation. 

U.S. Regulatory Roundup: July 2017

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from July 2017 includes information on sports betting in California and Connecticut, fantasy sports in Delaware, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, tribal gaming in California, Michigan, Florida, New Mexico and Arizona, gaming litigation in Florida and proposed rules in New Jersey.

Data & Forecasts

Penn National Gaming Report - 1996 to 2021Q3

Latest quarterly data from US-listed Penn National Gaming. The data released for the operator contains the following information: Revenues, expenses, operating income, hotel metrics and revenue & adjusted EBITDA by property/region. There are approximately 4,100 data points in this document.

Market Monitor: U.S. Commercial Gaming

This monthly report spans more than 100,000 data points, detailing trends in U.S. land-based commercial gaming since the start of 2007. Key headline casino metrics, split by state, region and market, sit alongside data from other emerging segments such as VGTs and instant racing.

Market Monitor: U.S. Lotteries

This report provides comprehensive benchmarking of key operational metrics across all 46 state lotteries in the $80bn+ U.S. lottery market. Featuring an interactive dashboard which facilitates visual cross-lottery comparisons, the dataset aggregates information from more than 800 annual lottery reports since 2000.

New Mexico - Lottery Annual Report - FY1997 to FY2020

Latest Annual Report data from the New Mexico Lottery. The data released for the state contains the following information: Revenues by game, prizes, retailer commissions, vendor fees, advertising expenses and operating income. There are approximately 435 data points in this document.

Full House Resorts Report - 2007 to 2019

Latest quarterly data from US-listed Full House Resorts. The data released for the operator contains the following information: Revenues, operating costs, operating income and a segmental breakdown of revenues and operating income. There are approximately 895 data points in this document.
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