North Dakota

News & Analysis

North Dakota Governor Rejects Tribes' Online Gaming Request

North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum has denied tribes’ request for exclusive online gaming rights in the final draft of new gaming compacts, saying Wednesday that there is no clear legal path for him to unilaterally expand the state’s gambling laws to allow the five tribes to offer internet wagering across the state.

Charitable Gaming Clashes With North Dakota Tribes Over Online Gambling

Efforts by North Dakota’s five Native American tribes to secure exclusive rights to offer internet gaming and sports betting would devastate the charitable gaming industry in the state, lobbyists and members of veterans organizations told Republican Governor Doug Burgum on Friday.

Online Gaming In Indiana Will Have To Wait Until 2022

Along with Connecticut, Indiana was being closely watched as the next state to legalize online gaming, but two bills introduced this session died without even receiving a committee hearing, as lawmakers tabled their consideration to deal with the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.

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.

U.S. Regulatory Roundup: February 2019

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from February 2019 includes information on gaming litigation in New Hampshire; gaming legislation in Florida, Indiana, Maryland, Montana, North Dakota, Virginia, and West Virginia; tribal gaming in Texas.

U.S. Regulatory Roundup: April 13-April 27

This roundup of key legislative and regulatory developments from April 13-April 27 includes information on tribal litigation in Washington, Wisconsin, and New Mexico, gambling legislation in Indiana, Pennsylvania and Tennessee, charitable gaming legislation in North Dakota, expanded gaming litigation in Florida and tribal gaming legislation in Maine.

HR 2267 - Frank Bill Amendments

Domestic interests – including state lotteries and Indian tribes – were strengthened by amendments added to Rep. Barney Frank's bill to regulate online gambling in the United States, which was approved by the House Financial Services committee this week.

Data & Forecasts

Market Monitor: U.S. Lotteries

This report provides comprehensive benchmarking of key operational metrics across all 46 state lotteries in the $100bn+ U.S. lottery market. Featuring an interactive dashboard which facilitates visual cross-lottery comparisons, the dataset aggregates information from more than 900 annual lottery reports since 2000.

North Dakota - Lottery Annual Report - FY2004 to FY2021

Latest Annual Report data from the North Dakota Lottery. The data released for the state contains the following information: Sales revenue by game, prizes, retailer commissions & bonuses, operating expenses, operating income and transfers to the state. There are approximately 275 data points in this document.

United States - American Gaming Association Report - 1994 to 2012

Latest Annual State of the States Report data from the American Gaming Association (AGA). The data released for the country contains the following information: A breakdown of casinos by state, consumer spending on commercial casinos by state, quantity of casino jobs by state, commercial casino wages, consumer spending on racinos, commerical casino and racino detail by state, quantity of gaming machines by state and a comparison of Nevada and New Jersey poker revenue. There are approximately 4,175 data points in this document.
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