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Washington Indian Gaming Association (WIGA)

The WIGA is a nonprofit group of tribal government leaders who seek the economic and political advancement of Indian peoples in Washington state. The association supports its members through education, programs and legislative advocacy. WIGA works to uphold and promote gaming activities in Indian country.

1110 Capitol Way South
Suite 404
Olympia, Washington 98501-2251
United States

Main Phone:
(360) 352-3248
(360) 352-4819


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Past Events
19-21 June 2023
Shelton, Washington
18-20 June 2018
Shelton, Washington
19-21 June 2017
Tulalip, Washington
W. Ron Allen
Jeromy Sullivan
Leonard Forsman
Vice Chairman
Brian Svec
Curt Holmes
Rebecca George
Executive Director
Brian Cladoosby
Ernie Stebbins
Senior Advisor
Ronda Metcalf
Madeline Bahr
Executive Assistant
Washington Indian Gaming Association (WIGA) News
Washington Indian Gaming Association raised $389,500 to support students
26 Nov 2023
Tribal leaders, elected officials, business and community leaders and WIGA scholarship recipients came together at ilani to recognize the transformative power of higher education and support the WIGA Scholarship Program. read more »

Washington governor extends closure of casinos and other non-essential businesses
2 Apr 2020
Gov. Jay Inslee announced a month-long extension of his "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" emergency order, banning all gatherings and temporarily shuttering non-essential businesses through May 4. read more »

Washington governor signs sports betting legislation
25 Mar 2020
Governor Inslee signed the sports betting legislation into law. The bill was passed by a State Senate super-majority with strong bipartisan support, 34-15, and previously passed the House of Representatives. read more »