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OIGA ’22 Returns to Tulsa

OIGA ’22 Returns to Tulsa

They call it the “biggest little show in Indian gaming” for a reason. The importance of the Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association Tradeshow and Conference (OIGA) cannot be underestimated. The event draws attendees from across

Oklahoma and the Southwest, as far west as California and as far east as North

Carolina. Gaming vendors eagerly gather at the show for a chance to display their latest products and services to supply casinos in one of gaming’s most progressive and technologically savvy jurisdictions.

Returning this year to Tulsa at the Cox Business Center on August 9-11, OIGA ’22 should follow the success enjoyed recently at Indian Gaming ’22, the trade show of the National Indian Gaming Association in Anaheim, California in late March. With more than 3,000 attendees, OIGA has developed a solid, loyal following that attend the conference each year.

Starting with the John Marley Scholarship Golf Tournament on August 9, the show opens for the full day on August 10, with a reception and “Stay and Play” event wrapping up that day. Conference session are held both days.

For more information, visit OIGA.org.

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