True server-based technology has been the backbone of Class II gaming since its inception. The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act gives Native American gaming operations across the country the right to operate Class II games, with no limit on the technology that can be used and no interference from state or federal governments. Still, some in the industry believe Class II gaming is second class, when this is far from reality.
This podcast and related article highlight the present and future advances in Class II gaming technology and why it is a wise choice for tribal gaming operations across the United States.
Moderator: Matthew Morgan, Gaming Commissioner, Chickasaw Nation Panelists: Christina Abate, Systems Product Manager, Bally Technologies Jamie Hummingbird, Director, Cherokee Nation Gaming Commission Brad Johnson, VP of Product Development, Multimedia Games Knute Knudson Jr., VP of Native American Development, IGT Marc McDermott, Director, Jurisdictional Engineering, Cadillac Jack
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