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Eric Frost
03-29-2011, 07:59 AM
Research and Markets: Indian Gaming Industry Report 2011 Edition

DUBLIN--Research and Markets (Indian Gaming Industry Report 2011 Edition - Market Research Reports - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/03b278/indian_gaming_indu)) has announced the addition of the "Indian Gaming Industry Report 2011 Edition" report to their offering.


Up-to-date Indian gaming revenue data by state
Indian gaming market summaries and trends by state
Nationwide economic & fiscal impact analysis
Size of the Indian gaming market
Short-term, Mid-term and Long-term future outlook for Indian gaming
Indian Gaming Industry Report:

The Indian Gaming Industry Report provides current, unique, cutting-edge research on the Indian gaming industry appropriate for executives in the industry, gaming analysts, regulators, consultants, lawyers, lobbyists, academics, and any individuals interested in the state of Indian gaming. The report is succinct yet thorough in its analysis and information on the state of Indian gaming today. It examines the size and incredible growth of the market and its economic and fiscal impact on the U.S. and various state economies.

The Report provides calendar year 2009 nationwide statistics and state-by-state statistics (the latter not available anywhere else) including: gaming and non-gaming revenue; Class II vs. Class III gaming; number of facilities, tribes, gaming machines, and table games; trends; and the fiscal impact of Indian gaming, including revenue sharing with state and local governments.

The Report includes comparisons across states, historical perspective on Indian gaming, an examination of the reasons for Indian gaming's current slowdown, comparisons to commercial casinos and racinos, an economic impact analysis examining Indian gaming's contribution to the U.S. economy, and a qualitative future outlook for Indian gaming.

Market summaries and revenues are provided for each state along with tables showing the size of the industry. Summaries include year-over-year comparisons for gaming and non-gaming related revenue. The Report includes a directory of the 446 Indian gaming facilities in the United States along with a cross-reference listing of gaming tribes and the facilities they own.

Key Findings:

Gaming revenue at Indian gaming facilities nationwide was approximately $26.4 billion in 2009.
Indian gaming revenue fell 1% in 2009, the first year of decline in its recorded history.
This decline was in large part due to the continuing economic climate.
Indian gaming's decline was modest in comparison to the decline in the commercial casino and card room segments of the gaming industry.
The decline of nationwide Indian gaming in 2009 was part of a continuing slowdown of Indian gaming in recent years.
This overall slowdown of Indian gaming on a nationwide basis is only due in part to the economy. Other factors have contributed to Indian gaming's slowdown, including public policies that have restricted the supply of gaming.
While Indian gaming declined on a nationwide basis, the performance of Indian gaming varied widely across states, tribes, and gaming facilities - there were both declines and growth.
The top 2 states, California and Oklahoma, generated 38% of total gaming revenue at Indian gaming facilities.
Despite an overall decline in 2009, Indian gaming continued to make significant contributions to the U.S. economy in terms of output, jobs, wages, tax revenue, and payments to federal, state, and local governments.
Report CD:

The CD version of Indian Gaming Industry Report contains the complete contents of the print report in PDF format along with historical Indian gaming revenue and growth data back to 2001, an Indian gaming market analyzer tool, and a Microsoft MapPoint file of Indian gaming facilities in the United States with geographic location and profile data.


Up-to-date Indian gaming revenue data by state
Year-over year revenue comparisons
State-by-state summaries
Class II vs. III gaming comparisons
446 Indian gaming property profiles
Cross-reference of tribes and properties
Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary
The State of Indian Gaming
Comparisons of Indian Gaming to Other Segments of the Gaming Industry
Assessment of the Performance of Indian Gaming
The Economic Contribution of Indian Gaming to the United States Economy
The Fiscal Benefits of Indian Gaming
To view the reports full table of contents and for more information visit Indian Gaming Industry Report 2011 Edition - Market Research Reports - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/03b278/indian_gaming_indu)


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