On the Inside

September 2016, Volume 26 No. 9

A special thanks to Allen KnowsHisGun for allowing us to feature "Crow Night Warrior" on the cover of the September 2016 issue. Allen is a Crow Indian fine artisan living in Billings, Montana. He can be reached by calling (406) 281-2943 or email allenknowshisgun@hotmail.com. To view more of Allen's work, visit www.knowsgunartgallery.us

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Magazine Cover

Inside This Issue

Gaming Laboratories International (inside front cover)

Aristocrat (center spread)

Scientific Games (back cover)





Table of Contents


Speak Out: Party Conventions and the Fight to 'Get Out the Vote' in Indian Country - by Ernest L. Stevens, Jr.

Novomatic Americas


AIGA Report: Indian Gaming and Beyond – What Does the Future Have in Store? - by Valerie Spicer


Opinion: Indian Sovereignty and the Bid for the White House - by Steve Cadue

Gasser Chair Company

Regulation: A Closer Look at Class II Poker - by Joe Valandra

DreamCatcher Hotels

Operations: The Move to Cashless Gaming - by Buddy Frank

Gary Platt

Marketing: Targeting the Mobile-Only Customer - by Michael A. Perhaes



Employee Orientation: A Program or Relationship Builder? - by Thomas Dullien

Interblock USA

Casino Careers

Strategic Planning: Extraordinary Success Requires Extraordinary Action - by Brad Worthley

Global Gaming Expo (G2E)

In the Spotlight: Riverwind Casino Celebrates 10 Years of Business and Community Partnerships

Doug Hyde Studios

Entertainment: Efficient Event Promotion - by Terry Parrett

Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association (OIGA)

Economic Growth Continues Higher in the Second Quarter of 2016, But at Slowing Rate - by John Patrick Bray

National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA)

Determining if Casino Food and Beverage Outlets Should be Profit Centers or Loss Leaders - by Craig Pendleton

American Indian College Fund

G2E 2016 Preview: Spotlight on New Game Technology
AGS, Ainsworth Game Technology, Aristocrat / VGT, Aruze Gaming America, Eclipse Gaming, Everi, IGT, Konami Gaming, Novomatic Americas, Scientific Games

G2E New Games Rollout

Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA)

Security & Surveillance: It's Not a Matter of If But When - by Anthony Borges

Lets Move in Indian Country

Accident Investigations: Finding the Root Cause - by Dennis J. Kenny

Red Cross

Indian Gaming Magazine


Monthly Features & Columns

Openings & Expansions: Ho-Chunk Nation Set to Grow Workforce with $153 Million Casino Expansion Project



Publisher's Page

Cover Artist

New Games

Calendar of Events


In the News

Legal & Legislative

From the White House

Community Outreach

Ad Index