The public deserves gaming machines that are fair and safe!

  • The Coalition for Fair Gaming recently surveyed 500 residents across Oklahoma to ask what they think about updating older video gaming machines with newer technologies, and an overwhelming 80% said they support the change.

    Currently the Coalition is advocating for minimum standards that would better protect consumers – standards that were approved ten years ago but have not yet gone into effect. The National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) is now considering making the old standards permanent, which will keep older systems in Casinos.

    Click here to read the full notice.

    Consumers want a change, and the Coalition agrees!

    CONSUMERS WANT NEW TECHNOLOGIES

    The recent survey clearly shows that the public supports newer technologies that will make video gaming more fair and safe. Among the findings:

    • Consumers see hacking as a significant risk, and they believe the new machines would be safer from such threats. (Click here to see how hackers are already attacking these games)
    • Consumers want technologies in place that will help ensure that the electronic games pay out according to the odds listed on the machines.
    • Many were upset to hear that — for the past ten years — they have been playing on machines that are out of date and not as safe and secure as they should be. (Click here to see how some players won big, only to be told that it was a machine malfunction)

     

    THE COALITION IS FIGHTING FOR YOU

    A newly released Risk Analysis Report warns of how even a single vulnerable machine can put every other gaming machine in the casino at risk, which exposes consumers to even greater risk.

    Click here to see the Risk Analysis Report.
     

  • THE COALITION IS FIGHTING FOR YOU

    The NIGC’s recommendation to make rule exceptions permanent comes after intense lobbying and WILL NOT serve the best interests of the public and the Tribes who serve them.

    The Coalition for Fair Gaming has already submitted a protest letter to the NIGC, and will continue to push for fairness in the gaming industry.
    Click here to see the Coalition’s official comment letter on the proposed regulations.

    YOU MUST ACT NOW!

    The NIGC is moving quickly to make these exceptions to the industry standard permanent, so all tribes must act now.

    Contact your U.S. congressional representative now! Visit this site to find out who your representative is and express your concerns.

    CONTACT THE COALITION!

    Contact Richard I. Dreitzer at (702) 727-1400 or email him at Richard.Dreitzer@wilsonelser.com, and let’s win this fight for fair gaming.