Casino City's North American Gaming Almanac - 2024 Edition Sample Pages

North America Casino City’s North American Gaming Almanac 14 Charitable Gaming Revenue Revenue in Millions 2019 2020 2021 2022 Revenue in USD 2,235.67 1,747.57 2,024.48 2,231.60 Revenue Change -5.14% -21.83% 15.85% 10.23% Inflation Adjusted 2,662.19 2,061.54 2,285.77 2,337.52 Inflation Adj. Change -6.77% -22.56% 10.88% 2.26% Commercial Bingo Bingo is popular throughout North America. There are a number of companies operating commercial bingo halls in the U.S. and in some provinces of Canada. Traditional bingo is also popular in Mexico. In Mexico, a bingo hall almost always has slot machines (frequently Class II) in it as well. Tribal Gaming Tribal gaming exists in the United States and Canada. In the United States, Indian gaming ranges from bingo parlors to fullfledged casinos. Regulations adopted during the Bush era prevented tribes from building off-reservation casinos, which led to delays or the outright abandonment of a number of planned tribal properties. President Obama reversed this policy, resurrecting some of the former projects and opening the door to a number of new ones. In Canada, a number of First Nations have revenue-sharing agreements in place with provincial governments allowing them to operate gambling venues on and off reservation. The Mohawk tribe of Kahnawake hosts and licenses online gaming sites within its tribal jurisdiction. Tribal Gaming Revenue Revenue in Millions 2019 2020 2021 2022 Revenue in USD 35,038.54 25,096.73 39,830.53 41,866.69 Revenue Change 2.56% -28.37% 58.71% 5.11% Inflation Adjusted 42,033.10 29,742.87 45,098.53 43,891.00 Inflation Adj. Change 0.73% -29.24% 51.63% -2.68% Associations ASIS International 1625 Prince Street Alexandria, Virginia 22314-2882 (703) 519-6200 www.asisonline.org Founded in 1955, ASIS International is an organization for security professionals that develops programs and materials which address matters of security. ASIS promotes the value of the security management profession and helps create guidelines and standards for the industry. ASIS's Gaming and Wagering Protection Council focuses on issues surrounding security and surveillance management for professionals working in gaming or wagering venues. Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers PO Box 50049 Henderson, Nevada (702) 812-6932 www.agem.org

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