SiGMA was sworn in as a new Associate Member at the CNIGA quarterly meeting
SiGMA has announced that it will be joining US Tribal gaming association, the California Nations Indian Gaming Association (CNIGA) as an Associate Member. The association supports 40 tribal gaming operators in California and is one of the largest and most active tribal gaming associations in the US.
“We are honored to serve as an Associate Member of CNIGA, and support and promote each member tribe’s initiatives they are working on for today, and future generations. SiGMA looks forward to bringing our international experiences, world-class education programming, and networking events to the members of CNIGA” Said Nicole Fields, VP Growth and Strategy for SiGMA Americas.
SiGMA has a decade of experience in holding high-end conferences, developing panels and workshops in collaboration with internationally recognised experts and thought leaders. Their reputation for excellence has put the company at the forefront of change when it comes to cutting-edge content and knowledge sharing.
As part of their role, SiGMA will support Indian country initiatives, by promoting the important work CNIGA is carrying out to protect Indian gaming – whether through legislation, or policy and legal efforts on behalf of their members, and promoting tribal economic development.
Additionally, the company will play a part in promoting gaming in Indian countries, offering support to tribal governments and CNIGA member tribes, particularly by bringing international experiences from the gaming, emerging technologies, and digital marketing sectors, along with best practices from around the world to Indian country through a variety of educational opportunities and workshops.
“We are very pleased to count SiGMA among our Associate Members. Having SiGMA as part of CNIGA helps protect our industry and strengthen our association” said Chairman James Siva ”
The California Nations Indian Gaming Association (CNIGA), founded in 1988, is a non-profit organization comprised of federally-recognized tribal governments. CNIGA is dedicated to the purpose of protecting Indian gaming on federally-recognised Indian lands and supports 61 tribal gaming operators in California. It acts as a planning and coordinating agency for legislative, policy, legal, and communications efforts on behalf of its members and serves as an industry forum for information and resources.
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