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Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG)

Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) is the state agency charged with regulating tribal gaming, event wagering & fantasy sports contests, racing and pari-mutuel/simulcast wagering and unarmed combat sports. ADG also provides and supports prevention, education, and treatment programs for people and families affected by problem gambling.

1110 West Washington Street
Suite 450
Phoenix, Arizona 85007-2906
United States

Main Phone:
(602) 771-4263
(602) 255-3883


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Jackie Johnson
Executive Deputy Director
Cliff Holden
Assistant Director - Certification
Rudy Casillas
Deputy Director
John Mazza
Deputy Director - Operations
Kim Jordan
Executive Assistant
Elise Mikkelsen
Director - Division of Problem Gambling
Juan Estrada
Assistant Director - Boxing/MMA/Racing
Caitlin Vanderkarr
General Counsel and Regulatory Compliance
Andrew Hawkes
Assistant Director - Business Services
Andrea Milford
Assistant Director - Compliance
Arizona Department of Gaming (ADG) News
Arizona releases January 2024 sports betting figures
12 Mar 2024
The $706 million wagered on sports in January represents 19.5% decrease compared to January 2023, according to the Arizona Department of Gaming. read more »

Arizona to accept applications for sports betting licenses
17 Jan 2024
The application window for event wagering licenses will open on 16 February and will close on 4 March. read more »

Arizona releases Q2 2023 gaming figures
13 Dec 2023
The Arizona Department of Gaming announced $42,603,879 in tribal gaming contributions to the Arizona Benefits Fund for the Q2 of Fiscal Year 2024. This amount represents an approximate 2% increase when compared to the same quarter of FY 2023. read more »