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Oklahoma Slot Machine Casino Gambling in 2019

Introduction to Oklahoma Slot Machine Casino Gambling in 2019

Oklahoma slot machine casino gambling consists of over a hundred American Indian tribal casinos or travel centers as well as two pari-mutuel racinos with slot machines. Most casinos offer Class II competition-style gaming machines, although they can also legally offer Class III slot machines.

No minimum or maximum payout return limits are set in Oklahoma. Further, no payout return statistics are publicly available.

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Relevant Legal Statutes on Gambling in Oklahoma*

The minimum legal gambling age in Oklahoma depends upon the gambling activity:

  • Land-Based Casinos: 18
  • Poker Rooms: 18
  • Bingo: 16
  • Lottery: 18
  • Pari-Mutuel Wagering: 18

Oklahoma has the second largest American Indian population in the U.S., while California has the largest. Since 2009, Oklahoma has led the nation in the growth rate of tribal gaming. Oklahoma offers only tribal gaming.

In November 2004, Oklahoma residents approved a State-Tribal Gaming Act via referendum. This measure enacted a model tribal gaming compact, allowing tribes to use new gaming machines and card games.

Based on this model compact, 33 tribes have negotiated state-tribal compacts with Oklahoma. Many tribal casinos prefer to offer Class II competition-style electronic games rather than Class III Vegas-style slot machines.

Class II machines behave similarly to Class III games with only slight differences. For instance, Class II games have spinning reels for entertainment purposes only.

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*The purpose of this section is to inform the public of state gambling laws and how the laws apply to various forms of gambling. This information is not intended to provide legal advice.

Slot Machine Private Ownership in Oklahoma

It is legal to privately own a slot machine in the state of Oklahoma if it is 25 years old or older.

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Gaming Control Board in Oklahoma

Oklahoma’s state-tribal compacts regulate tribal gaming in Oklahoma. However, the state of Oklahoma provides oversight under these compacts. This oversight role is the legal responsibility of the Gaming Compliance Unit within the Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OEMS).

Based on the Oklahoma Gaming Compliance Unit Annual Report 2018, it is easy to see why Oklahoma casinos prefer offering Class II games. The reason? Tribal casinos have to pay the state 4% to 6% of revenue from Class III machines on a sliding scale.

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The balance between Class II and Class III machines in Oklahoma continues to shift. The number of Class III machines has steadily grown since 2012, but Class II machines grew even faster. In 2015, 57% of Class II and III gaming machines were Class III games. In 2017, there were 41,395 Class III machines in Oklahoma.

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Casinos in Oklahoma

There are over a hundred American Indian tribal casinos as well as two pari-mutuel wagering racinos in Oklahoma. Providing an accurate count of casinos is difficult. Why? Because many convenience stores and travel plazas identify themselves as casinos.

The largest casino in Oklahoma is the largest casino in the world. It is the WinStar World Casino and Resort having 8,200 gaming machines and 100 table games.

The second largest casino in Oklahoma is Riverwind Casino having 2,700 gaming machines and 27 table games.

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List of Casinos in Oklahoma

There are no non-tribal casinos in Oklahoma.

List of Tribal Casinos in Oklahoma

The 108 largest tribal casinos in Oklahoma are below, including two pari-mutuel wagering racetracks with slot machines. Download this list including, if each casino has established one, a link to their website.

  1. Ada Gaming Center – East in Ada, 85 miles southeast of Oklahoma City
  2. Ada Gaming Center – West in Ada, 85 miles southeast of Oklahoma City
  3. Apache Casino Hotel in Lawton, 86 miles southwest of Oklahoma City
  4. Artesian Hotel Casino Spa in Sulphur, 84 miles south of Oklahoma City
  5. Black Gold Casino in Wilson, 112 miles south of Oklahoma City
  6. Black Hawk Casino in Shawnee, 40 miles east of Oklahoma City
  7. Border Casino in Thackerville, 124 miles south of Oklahoma City
  8. Bordertown Casino and Arena in Wyandotte, 90 miles northeast of Tulsa
  9. Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, 89 miles northeast of Tulsa
  10. Casino Oklahoma in Hinton, 55 miles west of Oklahoma City
  11. Cherokee Casino – Ft. Gibson, 80 miles east of Tulsa
  12. Cherokee Casino – Grove, 100 miles northeast of Tulsa
  13. Cherokee Casino – Ramona, 30 miles north of Tulsa
  14. Cherokee Casino – Sallisaw, 160 miles east of Oklahoma City
  15. Cherokee Casino – South Coffeyville, 70 miles northeast of Tulsa
  16. Cherokee Casino – Tahlequah, 83 miles southeast of Tulsa
  17. Cherokee Casino & Hotel – Roland, 175 miles east of Oklahoma City
  18. Cherokee Casino & Hotel – West Siloam Springs, 85 miles east of Tulsa
  19. Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs in Claremore, 30 miles northeast of Tulsa, a pari-mutual racino
  20. Chickasaw Trading Post – Davis West in Davis, 75 miles south of Oklahoma City
  21. Chickasaw Travel Plaza – Wilson, 112 miles south of Oklahoma City
  22. Chisholm Trail Casino in Duncan, 79 miles south of Oklahoma City
  23. Choctaw Casino – Broken Bow, 235 miles southeast of Oklahoma City
  24. Choctaw Casino Resort – Durant, 150 miles southeast of Oklahoma City
  25. Choctaw Casino Resort – Grant, 200 miles south of Oklahoma City
  26. Choctaw Casino – Idabel, 240 miles southeast of Oklahoma City
  27. Choctaw Casino – McAlester, 130 miles southeast of Oklahoma City
  28. Choctaw Casino – Pocola, 195 miles east of Oklahoma City
  29. Choctaw Casino – Stringtown, 163 miles southeast of Oklahoma City
  30. Cimarron Casino in Perkins, 60 miles north of Oklahoma City
  31. Comanche Nation Casino in Lawton, 86 miles southwest of Oklahoma City
  32. Comanche Red River Hotel & Casino in Devol, 125 miles southwest of Oklahoma City
  33. Comanche Spur Casino in Eldon, 75 miles southwest of Oklahoma City
  34. Comanche Star Casino in Walters, 25 miles southeast of Lawton
  35. Creek Nation Casino – Bristow, 60 miles northeast of Oklahoma City
  36. Creek Nation Casino – Checotah, 120 miles east of Oklahoma City
  37. Creek Nation Casino – Eufaula, 135 miles east of Oklahoma City
  38. Creek Nation Casino – Holdenville, 75 miles northeast of Oklahoma City
  39. Creek Nation Casino – Muscogee, 50 miles southeast of Tulsa
  40. Creek Nation Casino – Okemah, 72 miles east of Oklahoma City
  41. Downstream Casino Resort in Quapaw, on the border of Oklahoma with Missouri and Kansas
  42. Duck Creek Casino in Beggs, 35 miles south of Tulsa
  43. Fire Lake Casino in Shawnee, 38 miles east of Oklahoma City
  44. Gold Mountain Casino in Ardmore, 100 miles south of Oklahoma City
  45. Gold River Casino in Anadarko, 60 miles southwest of Oklahoma City
  46. Golden Pony Casino in Okemah, 72 miles east of Oklahoma City
  47. Goldsby Gaming Center in Norman, 21 miles south of Oklahoma City
  48. Grand Casino Hotel & Resort in Shawnee, 38 miles east of Oklahoma City
  49. Grand Lake Casino in Grove, 80 miles northeast of Tulsa
  50. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa in Catoosa, on the outskirts of Tulsa
  51. High Winds Casino in Miami, 89 miles northeast of Tulsa
  52. Indigo Sky Casino in Wyandotte, 90 miles northeast of Oklahoma City
  53. Ioway Casino in Chandler, 40 miles northeast of Oklahoma City
  54. Kickapoo Casino – Harrah, 31 miles east of Oklahoma City
  55. Kickapoo Casino – Shawnee, 38 miles east of Oklahoma City
  56. Kiowa Casino – Carnegie, 94 miles southwest of Oklahoma City
  57. Kiowa Casino – Red River in Devol, 125 miles southwest of Oklahoma City
  58. Kiowa Casino – Verden, 57 miles southwest of Oklahoma City
  59. Lucky Star Casino – Canton, 60 miles northwest of Oklahoma City
  60. Lucky Star Casino – Clinton, 85 miles west of Oklahoma City
  61. Lucky Star Casino – Concho, 35 miles northwest of Oklahoma City
  62. Lucky Star Casino – Hammon, 120 miles west of Oklahoma City
  63. Lucky Star Casino – Watonga, 70 miles northwest of Oklahoma City
  64. Lucky Turtle Casino in Wyandotte, 90 miles northeast of Oklahoma City
  65. Madill Gaming Center in Madill, 122 miles south of Oklahoma City
  66. Native Lights Casino in Newkirk, 106 miles north of Oklahoma City
  67. Newcastle Gaming Center in Newcastle, 19 miles south of Oklahoma City
  68. One Fire Casino in Okmulgee, 45 miles south of Tulsa
  69. Osage Casino – Bartlesville, 50 miles north of Tulsa
  70. Osage Casino – Hominy, 44 miles northwest of Tulsa
  71. Osage Casino – Pawhuska, on the outskirts of Tulsa
  72. Osage Casino – Ponca City, 50 miles northwest of Tulsa
  73. Osage Casino – Sand Springs, on the outskirts of Tulsa
  74. Osage Casino – Skiatook, 17 miles north of Tulsa
  75. Osage Casino – Tulsa
  76. Outpost Casino in Wyandotte, 90 miles northeast of Oklahoma City
  77. Prairie Moon Casino in Miami, 89 miles northeast of Tulsa
  78. Prairie Sun Casino in Miami, 89 miles northeast of Tulsa
  79. Quapaw Casino in Miami, 89 miles northeast of Tulsa
  80. Remington Park Racing Casino in Oklahoma City, a pari-mutual racino
  81. River Bend Casino Hotel in Wyandotte, 90 miles northeast of Tulsa
  82. Rivermist Casino in Konowa, 75 miles southeast of Oklahoma City
  83. River Spirit Casino Resort in Tulsa
  84. Riverwind Casino in Norman, 12 miles south of Oklahoma City
  85. Sac and Fox Casino – Stroud, 60 miles northeast of Oklahoma City
  86. Salt Creek Casino in Pocasset, 50 miles southwest of Oklahoma City
  87. Seminole Nation Casino in Seminole, 60 miles southeast of Oklahoma City
  88. Seven Clans Casino – Chilocco in Newkirk, 106 miles north of Oklahoma City
  89. Seven Clans Casino Hotel – First Council in Newkirk, near the border to Kansas
  90. Seven Clans Casino – Paradise in Red Rock, 82 miles north of Oklahoma City
  91. Seven Clans Casino – Perry, 65 miles north of Oklahoma City
  92. Seven Clans Casino – Red Rock, 82 miles north of Oklahoma City
  93. Southwind Casino – Braman, 106 miles north of Oklahoma City
  94. Southwind Casino – Kanza in Braman, 106 miles north of Oklahoma City
  95. Southwind Casino – Newkirk, 106 miles north of Oklahoma City
  96. The Stables Casino in Miami, 89 miles northeast of Tulsa
  97. Stone Wolf Casino in Pawnee, 106 miles north of Oklahoma City
  98. Sugar Creek Casino in Hinton, 55 miles west of Oklahoma City
  99. Texoma Gaming Center in Kingston, 130 miles south of Oklahoma City
  100. Thunderbird Casino – Norman, 21 miles south of Oklahoma City
  101. Thunderbird Casino – Shawnee, 38 miles east of Oklahoma City
  102. Tonkawa Gasino in Tonkawa, 91 miles north of Oklahoma City
  103. Tonkawa Hotel & Casino in Tonkawa, 91 miles north of Oklahoma City
  104. Trading Post Casino – Pawnee, 57 miles northwest of Tulsa
  105. Trading Post Casino – Wewoka, 60 miles east of Oklahoma City
  106. Treasure Valley Casino in Davis, 75 miles south of Oklahoma City
  107. Washita Casino in Paoli, 52 miles south of Oklahoma City
  108. WinStar World Casino and Resort in Thackerville, 124 miles south of Oklahoma City

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Other Gambling Establishments

As an alternative to enjoying Oklahoma slot machine casino gambling, consider exploring casino options in a nearby state. Oklahoma is bordered by:

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Payout Returns in Oklahoma

No payout return limits are legally set within Oklahoma’s state-tribal compacts. Further, no actual payout return statistics have been made publicly available.

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Summary of Oklahoma Slot Machine Casino Gambling in 2019

Oklahoma slot machine casino gambling consists of over a hundred American Indian tribal casinos as well as two pari-mutuel racinos. The WinStar World Casino and Resort in Thackerville, about 124 miles south of Oklahoma City, is the world’s largest casino.

About 57% of gaming machines in Oklahoma are Class III Vegas-style slot machines. The remainder are Class II bingo-style machines where the spinning reels are for entertainment purposes only.

Per state-tribal compacts, neither legal limits for payout returns have been set nor are actual payout return statistics made publicly available.

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Annual Progress in Oklahoma Slot Machine Casino Gambling

In the last year, Kiowa Casinos has opened two additional locations in Carnegie and Verden. Also, the Seminole Nation Smoke Shop is now the Trading Post Casino – Wewoka. The Choctaw Casino in Stigler is now a Choctaw Travel Plaza. The Creek Nation Travel Plaza in Okmulgee is no longer a casino.

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