Fort Peck Indian Reservation Tribes Granted Sports Betting Rights

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Tribal Gaming Landscape in Montana

The Fort Peck Indian Reservation tribes currently possess five gaming properties situated in the northeastern region of the state, close to the Canadian and North Dakota borders. In Montana, there are eight federally recognized tribes, with seven of them operating tribal casinos. Despite the presence of tribal gaming establishments, none have ventured into sports betting until now.

Montana legalized sports betting in May 2019, primarily managed by the state lottery. While video poker and video keno machines are prevalent in various establishments, tribal casinos exclusively hold the authorization for slot machines and Class III gaming. Sports betting, allowed at physical locations through kiosks and onsite mobile platforms, is under the jurisdiction of the Montana Lottery.

The Montana Lottery’s Sports Bet Montana, introduced in March 2020, received mixed reviews. Available exclusively at participating taverns, the system utilizes geofencing to restrict betting activities beyond approved areas. The approval of sports betting at Silver Wolf Casino breaks new ground in Montana’s tribal gaming landscape, offering a unique alternative to the state-run lottery model.

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This historic move by the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes opens up possibilities for other tribal entities in Montana to explore sports betting, showcasing a dynamic shift in the state’s gaming landscape.

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