History of NAGRA
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Established in 1984, The North American Gaming Regulators Association (NAGRA) is comprised of federal, state, local, tribal, and provincial government agencies who are responsible primarily for the regulation of legalized gaming activities.

Typical games include bingo, pull-tabs, lotteries, raffles, and non-profit Las Vegas or Casino nights used by nonprofit organizations for fund raising purposes.

NAGRA has also responded to the increased growth in gaming by expanding its scope to include regulatory concerns involving Indian gaming, riverboat gaming, casino and video gaming, pari-mutuel wagering and other activities which are of interest to its member agencies.


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