This class will provide information to help tribes determine the key issues to address when converting to dice and ball games. We will also give a financial overview of how the game makes money, typical expenses associated with the game, and analytics to use to determine if the games is right for you.
Dice and ball games have specific regulatory concerns and game protection issues. This class will clarify what the scams are related to dice and balls, internal control best practices, testing and chain of custody concerns with dice and balls.
The class is limited to the first 25 paid registrations.
I look forward to seeing you there!
F. Browning Pipestem Memorial Golf Scramble
October 20, 2017
The OU American Indian Alumni Society is holding it's annual F. Browning Pipestem Memorial Golf Scramble this coming October 20, 2017 at Westwood Park Golf Course in Norman, Oklahoma. Proceeds of the golf scramble provides scholarships for Native American students attending OU and operational costs of the alumni society to provide award recognitions for students.
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