Arizona Department of Gaming Reports $33.8 Million Tribal Gaming Contributions to the State for the Fourth Quarter of Fiscal Year 2021

The Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) announced on Wednesday $33,792,312 in Tribal gaming contributions to the Arizona Benefits Fund for the State’s fourth quarter of Fiscal Year (FY) 2021. This amount represents a 32 percent increase when compared to same quarter of FY2020.

“It is exciting to see this significant increase in Tribal contributions when compared to the fourth quarter of FY2020,” said Ted Vogt, Director, ADG. “Not only is it clear that Arizona Tribal gaming has had a strong rebound, each of these additional gaming dollars will help support vital programs throughout the state like schools, trauma centers, wildlife conservation and more.”

Tribal gaming contributions to the Arizona Benefits Fund for the fourth quarter of State FY2021 follow:
Instructional Improvement Fund/Education…………………………………………………..$17,012,363
Trauma and Emergency Services Fund…………………………………………………………….$8,506,181
Arizona Department of Gaming operating costs……………………………………………….$2,737,248
Arizona Wildlife Conservation Fund ………………………………………………………………..$2,430,337
Tourism Fund……………………………………………………………………………………………….$2,430,337
Problem Gambling Education, Treatment and Prevention ……………………………………$675,846
FY2021 Qtr 4 Total: Tribal Gaming Contributions to the Arizona Benefits Fund……$33,792,312

Per the Arizona Tribal-State Gaming Compact, Tribes with casinos contribute a percentage of their Class III gross gaming revenue to the state, cities, towns and counties. Currently, there are 24 Class III casinos in Arizona, which ADG regulates 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

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