Where Culture and Commerce Come Together in One Great Location
Entering its 30th year, NIGA's Annual Tradeshow and Convention is the premier event for the Indian gaming industry. A showplace for the newest products and service innovations, the latest industry trends, along with a comprehensive schedule of workshops and plenty of networking events. A main aspect unique to our show is the celebration of our Native American culture throughout.
Expanded Product Selection
Featuring the largest selection of Indian Gaming's top suppliers and service providers. See the latest innovations and offerings from 400+ leading businesses.
Countless Workshops & Networking Opportunities
The goal of the trade show is centered upon NIGA’s mission to promote Tribal sovereignty and Indian self-reliance to advance the lives of Indian people economically, socially and politically. With that, NIGA’s annual meeting and conference sessions attract tribal leaders, gaming regulators, and other industry professionals who come to learn the latest developments and new business opportunities for economic growth for their tribal communities. But the trade show is not all about business. There’s a full offering of networking events, receptions, and other gatherings to provide opportunities to build lasting business relationships and for fostering new ones.
Great City & Great Hotel Rates
Blue skies, gentle climate, majestic coastline... San Diego is the perfect place to mix business with pleasure. And you can choose from our selection of destination hotels offering substantially discounted rates for Indian Gaming 2015 attendees.
The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA), established in 1985, is a non-profit organization of 184 Indian Nations with other non-voting associate members representing organizations, tribes and businesses engaged in tribal gaming enterprises from around the country. The common commitment and purpose of NIGA is to advance the lives of Indian peoples economically, socially and politically. NIGA operates as a clearinghouse and educational, legislative and public policy resource for tribes, policymakers and the public on Indian gaming issues and tribal community development.