The Oklahoma Tribal Gaming Regulators Association is a non‐proﬁt, voluntary association composed of Tribal Gaming Regulatory entities, representing federally recognized tribal governments involved in Oklahoma gaming.
The Oklahoma Gaming Regulators Association was established to enable Indian gaming regulators to network within the State of Oklahoma on all issues pertaining to, the ever changing, Federal, State, and Tribal gaming regulations.
Through the OTGRA, networking for the many gaming issues throughout Indian Country will be established. This will enhance the opportunity for Oklahoma tribes to jointly address new requirements and the encompassing necessities of all tribal gaming regulators.
The goal is to jointly assist with the requirements and necessities of all Tribal gaming regulators.
The Oklahoma Tribal Gaming Regulators Association (OTGRA) was established in 2006. The association provides an opportunity for networking and communications among Oklahoma Tribal Gaming Commissions and regulators, to enable discussion on important issues related to gaming regulation. OTGRA supports and promotes knowledge and education in gaming regulation by hosting aﬀordable training sessions for Gaming Commissions, regulators and casino management to promote the integrity of Indian Gaming in Oklahoma
The OTGRA meetings are held bimonthly in February, April, June, August, October and December. Training conferences are held in the Spring and Fall. Conferences and Meetings are hosted by various member tribes.