Sauk Suiattle Tribe and Washington regulator reach sports betting agreement

| By Daniel O'Boyle
The Washington State Gaming Commission has reached a tentative agreement with the Sauk Suiattle Indian Tribe to amend the Tribe’s Cass III gaming compact to allow sports betting.
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The Darrington-based tribe joins a long list of tribes that have recently been permitted to offer sports betting, including the Tulalip Tribes, the Skokomish Indian Tribe and the Suquamish Tribe.

Should the agreement become official, the Sauk Suiattle Tribe will be approved to offer retail and mobile-on-site sports betting at Last Chance Bingo and Casino, the Tribe’s Class III gaming facility in Darrington.

“This tentative agreement to amend the Sauk Suaittle Indian Tribe’s Class III gaming compact to include sports wagering represents the Gambling Commission’s continued work with Tribal Gaming Agencies across the state.” said Washington State Gambling Commission Chair Bud Sizemore. “Our mutual efforts are successfully helping Tribal casinos add this new gaming experience for their customers.”

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