Despite amended proposals offering a larger share of potential sports betting revenue, California's Indian tribes remain steadfast in their opposition to two proposed ballot initiatives aiming to legalize online sports betting in the state. The California Nations Indian Gaming Association (CNIGA), representing 52 tribes, reiterated their strong disapproval, raising concerns about tribal sovereignty and the legitimacy of offshore operators involved in the initiatives.
Initial versions of the proposals offered tribes a 10% share of sports betting revenue. However, in an attempt to gain tribal support, proponents recently revised the offers, increasing the tribe's potential share to 15%. Despite. . .