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National Organization

American Gaming Association

American Gaming Association

Phone: 202-552-2675

The AGA is a resource for information on the issues that effect the commercial casino industry. The website contains a variety of gaming research, links to responsible gaming initiatives and related associations.

State Organizations

Colorado Gaming Association


Contact: Lois A Rice, Executive Director
Phone: 303-237-5480

The Colorado Gaming Association (CGA), formerly known as the Casino Owners Association of Colorado, is the only statewide nonprofit association representing the interests of the Colorado commercial casino industry.

Illinois Casino Gaming Association


Contact: Tom Swoik, Executive Director
Phone: 217-546-0945

The Illinois Casino Gaming Association (ICGA) is a nonprofit organization representing the riverboat gaming industry in Illinois. The ICGA’s members are active corporate citizens who provide a huge boost to local and state economies.

Casino Association of Indiana


Contact: Matt Bell, President & CEO
Phone: 317-231-7030

The Casino Association of Indiana (CAI) was formed to support the Indiana casino industry. Currently there are 11 member properties in the CAI. The organization’s purpose is to promote and protect the interests of the Indiana Casino Gaming Entertainment Industry through advocacy, communications and education.


Contact: Jay Weaver, Executive Director
Phone: 844-FLA-GAME (352-4263)

The Florida Gaming Association (FGA) was created in 2013 to support the casino gaming and pari-mutuel wagering industries, act as an advocate for its members, and communicate timely and accurate information about gaming.

Louisiana Casino Association


Contact: Wade Duty, Executive Director
Phone: 225-344-0037

The Louisiana Casino Association is a statewide trade organization of casino gaming operators and related professionals. It serves as the industry’s resource information center.

Michigan Gaming


Contact: Robert Russell
Phone: 517-507-3860

The Michigan Gaming website and newsletter serve as a comprehensive resource regarding gaming in the state of Michigan. This site is an RMC Ventures, LLC publication, with contributions by Attorney David D. Waddell and Gaming Analyst Robert R. Russell.


Contact: Larry Gregory, Executive Director
Phone: 601-965-6992

The Mississippi Gaming and Hospitality Association is a nonprofit organization made up of casino operators and vendors whose mission is to protect and enhance the reputation and success of the gaming industry within Mississippi.

Missouri Gaming Association


Contact: Michael Winter, Executive Director
Phone: 573-634-4001

The Missouri Gaming Association (MGA) promotes the benefits of casino gaming. As the unifying force in promoting Missouri's gaming industry, MGA helps casino companies and their business allies operate and grow responsibly in today's challenging legislative, regulatory and legal environment.

Nevada Resort Association


Contact: Virginia Valentine, President
Phone: 702-735-4888

The Nevada Resort Association (NRA) monitors government and regulatory activities in Nevada and adopts and advocates policies regarding state gaming issues. In addition to the direct contributions gaming makes each year to support Nevada’s services and programs through taxes, gaming and the more than 250,000 people it employs make significant charitable contributions each year.

Casino Association of New Jersey

New Jersey

Contact: Robert Griffin
Phone: 609-449-5552

The Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ) is a not-for-profit organization composed of Atlantic City casino operators. The CANJ serves as the collective voice of the industry and concentrates on the betterment of industry employees, government relations, casino-affiliated businesses and the casino industry itself.


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New York

Contact: Erin Dennin, Director of Communications
Phone: 518-436-1122

Formed in 2011, the New York Gaming Association represents the state's nine racetrack gaming facilities, which are located at thoroughbred and harness racing venues across the state.

About the Iowa Gaming Association

The IGA was created in 1999 to support the state's gaming industry, act as an advocate for its members, and communicate timely and accurate information about gaming. We represent Iowa's 19 commercial casinos.