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Good Year in Indian Country

Tribal casinos posted a spectacular year in 2015

Good Year in Indian Country

Tribal casinos posted a spectacular year in 2015, with total revenue increasing by more than 14 percent. California and Oklahoma posted the largest gains. The data shown was compiled by Joseph Eve and Associates in the company’s 2016 annual report “Indian Gaming: The Cost of Doing Business.” In the report, High Profit casinos are defined as the top 50 percent in operating profit margin, while the Non-High Profit casinos fall below that threshold. To get a copy of the full report, visit JosephEve.com.

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