Casino Closures Update

Tribal casinos around the state have taken preventive measures (sanitizing playing cards, chips and gaming devices) to protect patron health and safety.

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Arizona-Department-of-GamingTribal casinos around the state have taken preventive measures (sanitizing playing cards, chips and gaming devices) to protect patron health and safety. At this time, All Arizona casinos are now temporarily closed. It is within the authority of each sovereign Tribal partner to determine appropriate measures, including reopen dates. The Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG or the Department) continues to share the latest guidance from the CDC and the Arizona Department of Health Services to assist our Tribal partners in making their decision regarding their response to COVID-19.

ADG regulators are in contact with their respective Tribal gaming offices and are providing technical assistance and guidance based on their decision to suspend their operations as a precautionary measure.

Through this rapidly-evolving situation, ADG will continue to be a resource and share information and expertise to all of its Arizona gaming industry partners.

CLOSED CASINOS

CasinoClosed Until
Twin Arrows Casino — Navajo Nation Gaming Regulatory OfficeApril 6, 2020
Wild Horse Pass Casino — Gila River Indian CommunityMarch 31, 2020
Lone Butte Casino — Gila River Indian CommunityMarch 31, 2020
Vee Quiva Casino — Gila River Indian CommunityMarch 31, 2020
Casino Arizona — Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian CommunityMarch 31, 2020
Talking Stick Casino — Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian CommunityMarch 31, 2020
For McDowell Casino — Fort McDowell Yavapai NationApril 2, 2020
Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino – Ak-Chin Indian CommunityApril 4, 2020
Casino Del Sol – Pascua Yaqui TribeApril 18, 2020
Casino of the Sun — Pascua Yaqui TribeApril 18, 2020
Desert Diamond Casino – Tucson — Tohono O’odham NationApril 1, 2020
Desert Diamond Casino – Sahuarita — Tohono O’odham NationApril 1, 2020
Desert Diamond Casino – West Valley — Tohono O’odham NationApril 1, 2020
Desert Diamond Casino – Why — Tohono O’odham NationApril 1, 2020
Cliff Castle Casino – Yavapai-Apache NationUntil Further Notice
Blue Water Resort – Colorado River Indian TribesUntil Further Notice
Spirit Mountain Casino – Fort Mojave Indian TribeUntil Further Notice
Paradise Casino – Quechan Indian TribeUntil Further Notice
Apache Gold Casino – San Carlos Apache TribeApril 3, 2020
Apache Sky Casino – San Carlos Apache TribeApril 3, 2020
Mazatzal Casino — Tonto Apache TribeUntil Further Notice
Hon Dah Casino – White Mountain Apache TribeApril 1, 2020
Bucky’s Casino — Yavapai-Prescott Indian TribeApril 3, 2020
Yavapai Gaming Center — Yavapai-Prescott Indian TribeApril 3, 2020
Cocopah Casino – Cocopah Indian TribeUntil Further Notice

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