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Minnesota Indian Gaming Association

Founded in 1987, MIGA is an organization of American Indian tribes in the state of Minnesota which seeks to support its members and promote tribal gaming. The group provides a forum for discussion of important issues and helps advise and represent the industry in legislative and policy decisions.

Address
8925 Cove Drive Northeast
Bemidji, Minnesota 56601
United States

Mailing Address
PO Box 220
Bemidji, Minnesota 56619-0220
United States

Main Phone:
(218) 751-0560
Fax:
(218) 751-2541

Website:

Social Media:

Past Events
Personnel
 
Melanie Benjamin
Member
 
Kevin Leecy
Member
 
Norman Deschampe
Member
 
Denny Prescott
Member
 
Karen Diver
Member
 
Darrell Seki Jr.
Member
 
Kevin Jensvold
Member
 
Charlie Vig
Member
 
Carri Jones
Member
 
John McCarthy
Executive Director
Minnesota Indian Gaming Association News
Gaming operations are temporarily suspended in Minnesota
17 Mar 2020
Due to COVID-19, tribal casinos, racinos and bingo hall across Minnesota have temporarily suspended operations. read more »

Study: Minnesota rural areas benefit from casino
23 Jan 2007
A MIGA study shows that rural Minnesota communities got the lion's share of a statewide $429 million indirect economic benefit from 2005 tribal casino employment in the state. read more »

Poll: Majority Support Minnesota Tribal Casino Profit Sharing
7 Feb 2005
News Brief: According to a poll, about three in five Minnesotans believe the state's Indian tribes should be asked to share some profits with the state to keep their monopoly on casino gambling. read more »