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Arizona Department of Gaming Reports $42.4 Million inTribal Gaming Contributions for the First Quarter of Fiscal Year 2024

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Quarterly Tribal Gaming Contributions Continue Growth into Fiscal Year 2019

PHOENIX – The Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) announced today $42,400,105 in tribal gaming contributions to the Arizona Benefits Fund for the first quarter of Fiscal Year (FY) 2024. This amount represents an approximate 2 percent increase when compared to the same quarter of FY 2023.

“Tribal gaming remains integral to the future success of Arizona, with over $1.8 billion contributed to the Arizona Benefits Fund since its inception,” said Jackie Johnson, Cabinet Executive Officer, ADG. “Not only do tribal gaming dollars go directly to tribal communities, they contribute to educational improvement, healthcare services, tourism, wildlife conservation, and more for both the state and its tribal communities.”

The Arizona Benefits Fund receives 88 percent of tribal gaming contributions, providing significant dollars to support instructional improvement in schools, trauma and emergency care, tourism, and wildlife conservation throughout the state. You can view cumulative tribal gaming contributions by year on our website:

Tribal gaming contributions to the Arizona Benefits Fund for the 1st quarter of the State’s FY 2024 are as follows:

Instructional Improvement Fund/Education: $21,132,213
Trauma and Emergency Services Fund:$10,566,106
Arizona Department of Gaming operating costs:$3,816,010
Arizona Wildlife Conservation Fund: $3,018,887
Tourism Fund: $3,018,887
Problem Gambling Education, Treatment and Prevention:$848,002
FY 2024 Qtr 1 Total: Tribal Gaming Contributions to the Arizona Benefits Fund$42,400,105

Per the Arizona Tribal-State Gaming Compact, Tribes with casinos also contribute a percentage of their Class III gross gaming revenue to cities, towns, and counties. Total tribal contributions to the Arizona Benefits Fund in addition to cities, towns, and counties in the state have amounted to nearly $2.1 billion since FY 2004. Currently, there are 25 Class III casinos in Arizona, which ADG regulates in partnership with Arizona tribes.

About ADG

Established by the Arizona State Legislature in 1995, ADG is the state regulatory agency for tribal gaming, racing and pari-mutuel/simulcast wagering, and unarmed combat sports. ADG also provides and supports education, prevention, and treatment programs for people and families affected by problem gambling through its Division of Problem Gambling and 24-hour confidential helpline, 1-800-NEXT-STEP.


Media Contact | Max Hartgraves 480.528.0344 |

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