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Arizona Indian Gaming Association

Founded in 1994, AIGA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the economic, social and political quality of life for Indian tribes in Arizona. The association promotes and advocates for Tribal Gaming on behalf of its members.

521 South 48th Street
Suite 107
Tempe, Arizona 85281-2320
United States

Main Phone:
(480) 284-4034
(480) 284-4082


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Past Events
28-30 October 2018
Tucson, Arizona
22-24 October 2017
Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, Arizona
23-25 October 2016
Tucson, Arizona
Arnold Beach Sr.
Jerome Kasey III
Terry M. Rambler
Paul Russell
Vice Chairman
Valerie Spicer
Executive Director
Judy Ferreira
Deputy Director
Arizona Indian Gaming Association News
Arizona casinos announce temporary closures due to COVID-19
25 Mar 2020
All Arizona casinos are now temporarily closed and it is within the authority of each sovereign Tribal partner to determine appropriate measures, including reopen dates. read more »

Arizona Indian Gaming Association supports ICE Totally Gaming 2016
19 Oct 2015
The AIGA is promoting a free trip to the London show on February 2-4, 2016. read more »

Judy Ferreira appointed Deputy Director Arizona Indian Gaming Association
29 Mar 2013
Tribal Leaders announce marketing and gaming expert joining AIGA. read more »

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This afternoon, AIGA and Tribal Leaders from the White Mountain Apache Tribe attendee the @AICCAz January Networkin……
On Friday, AIGA and Tribal Leaders attended the 2023 Legislative Forecast Luncheon at Chase Field. Thank you……
Since 2004, Tribal Gaming in Arizona has contributed more than $1.9 billion, providing significant dollars to help……