The total was calculated from 522 independently audited financial statements submitted to the NIGC by 245 federally recognized tribes across 29 states, with these split into eight regions to cover certain states.

All but one of these regions reported year-on-year revenue growth in 2019, with the Oklahoma City region – covering Western Oklahoma and Texas – seeing the most growth, with revenue up 7.7% to $2.7bn.

Sacramento, which covers tribes active in California and Northern Nevada, was the region with the most revenue, with this amounting to $9.7bn, up 4.3% on 2018.

Washington DC – covering Alabama, Connecticut, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina and New York – ranked third, but was the only region to see a drop in revenue, with this falling 1.3% to $7.4bn.

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Original article: https://igamingbusiness.com/us-tribal-gaming-revenue-reaches-record-34-6bn-in-fy2019/

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