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Sports betting begins at Foxwoods, Mohegan Sun

Online betting, or iGaming, could be available in early October.

Federal government approves revisions to tribal compacts; sports betting, iGaming to...

“Modernizing our gaming industry will help protect and create Connecticut jobs, and it will generate tax revenues to the benefit of both state and local municipal budgets, as well as our tribe’s member,” said James Gessner Jr., chairman of the Mohegan Tribal Council, which operates Mohegan Sun.

Foxwoods betting big on return to regular business, iGaming/sports betting, says...

“It’s been quite a ride,” says Jason Guyot. “Business levels still haven’t picked up to where they were pre-pandemic, and we’re still off on the revenue side.”

Lamont signs iGaming, sports betting bill

Approval is still needed from the Bureau of Indian Affairs at the U.S. Department of Interior to amend the state’s compact with the tribes, before online gaming and sports wagering can begin in the state.

U.S. Interior Department delays approval of East Windsor casino

The Bureau of Indian Affairs needs to approve amendments to Connecticut’s gaming compacts with the Mashantucket Pequots and Mohegans, the tribes behind the East Windsor casino, which is not being built on a tribal reservation.

Golden Hill Paugussetts seek federal recognition again

The tribe, which has state recognition and claims between 100 and 200 members, was rejected when it submitted a petition for recognition from the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs.