As reported by the Oklahoman: "Gamblers spent more than $2.4 billion at
Oklahoma's tribal casinos in 2007, according to a national industry report
"Despite a slowing economy that limited industry revenue growth to 4.9 percent,
revenue at Oklahoma's Indian gaming locations jumped by a nation-leading 22.3
"In fact, Oklahoma accounted for more than one-third of the combined revenue
growth among the 28 Indian gaming states, said Alan Meister, an economist with
"...Meister noted that Oklahoma tribes built five new casinos last year, added
more than 4,600 electronic machines and ranked third in total gambling revenue
among Indian gaming states. He said Oklahoma is poised to overtake Connecticut
this year for second place in revenue..."
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