• Exclusive coverage of all things gaming – legal and otherwise

  • Monthly analysis of casino & racino revenue

Indiana Gaming Insight is the only publication exclusively devoted to in-depth coverage of Indiana’s multi-billion-dollar gaming industry, providing detailed information on Indiana’s commercial and Native American casinos, racinos, horse racing, sports wagering, lottery, charity gaming and all facets of gaming regulation and policy.

The newsletter, which began publication in 1993 – before the first casino opened in Indiana – offers detailed monthly analysis of casino and racino revenues broken down by region, market share and performance relative to Illinois and Ohio, slot paybacks, and other information – and key Hoosier Lottery metrics.

Indiana Gaming Insight Newsletter

Know the actions and impact of various regulators:

  • Gaming Commission

  • Horse Racing Commission

  • State Lottery Commission

  • Alcohol & Tobacco Commission

The newsletter is the sole comprehensive source of information about gaming-related activities of the Indiana Gaming Commission, the Indiana Horse Racing Commission, the State Lottery Commission of Indiana, and the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission. The newsletter tells you what they’re likely to do, what they’ve done, and how their activities will likely affect you and your work. The newsletter also covers the work of the Indiana Department of Revenue, Office of the Attorney General, and Indiana and federal courts as they review and regulate gaming-related activity.

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Recent News

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Waltz attorneys ask to be released

September 20th, 2022|

The Franklin-based attorneys for former Sen. Brent Waltz (R) of Greenwood asked to be released from any further obligation of representation, a request granted by the judge late in August. Waltz awaits incarceration at a federal minimum security institution [...]

Lanes to close near Caesars Southern Indiana

August 29th, 2022|

Caesars Southern Indiana will take a long-anticipated hit when contractors close the eastbound lanes of the Sherman Minton Bridge, the closest – and toll-free – route for gamblers to take from Louisville (to New Albany via I-64, and then [...]