Today Colville Gaming LLC announces its partnership with IGT for the upcoming sports betting available at 12 Tribes Colville Casinos.
While each destination is unique in its offerings, all 12 Tribes Colville Casinos share a common commitment to delivering outstanding guest experiences, unique gaming opportunities, unparalleled customer service and individual player recognition.
Colville Gaming’s partnership with IGT represents the culmination of several years of negotiations with Washington State and private parties. Kary Nichols, CEO of the Colville Tribal Federal Corporation, the parent company of Colville Gaming, stated, “our patrons are our priority. We were determined to thoroughly vet potential partners and find the right one to continue to deliver world-class entertainment for all our guests.”
“Thanks to IGT we feel confident in our ability to provide our guests with an exciting and secure sports betting environment, and we look forward to opening our doors to sports enthusiasts soon,” says 12 Tribes Colville Casinos COO, Tony Posey.
IGT is a leader in sports wagering, providing best-in-class content, services and solutions to the sports gaming industry. By providing unrivaled gaming experiences that engage players. IGT ensures entertaining and responsible gaming experiences for players everywhere.
About 12 Tribes Colville Casinos: The 12 Tribes Colville Casinos include 12 Tribes Lake Chelan Casino in Manson, 12 Tribes Omak Casino Hotel in Omak, and 12 Tribes Coulee Dam Casino in Coulee Dam. All three Washington State casinos are owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. As casino operators, we provide authentic connections through memorable experiences and individual player recognition by delivering more than expected.
About the Colville Tribal Federal Corporation: The Colville Tribal Federal Corporation (“CTFC”) is the economic arm of the Colville Confederated Tribes. CTFC is one of the largest employers in North Central Washington, providing economic opportunities throughout the region as well as financial support for the Colville Tribes’ critical government functions.