Advancing the lives of Indian peoples — economically, socially, and politically.

The Washington Indian Gaming Association (WIGA) is a non-profit organization of tribal government leaders of federally recognized Tribes in the state of Washington.

As a trade organization, WIGA’s purpose is to educate and disseminate information to the Indian gaming community, federal and state governments, and the general public on issues related to gaming in Indian Country.


WIGA has moved to a new office location: 525 Pear Street SE, Olympia, WA. 98501

WIGA Announces 2018-19 Scholarship Recipients

Upcoming WIGA Board Meetings

February 4,  2020 – Nisqually Tribe

March 4, 2020,  2020 – Chehalis Tribe

Washington State Gambling Commission Meetings
February 13, 2020 – Hilton Garden Inn, Olympia, WA

WIGA Members

Self-governed, federally recognized tribes and their supporters in Washington state.

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Washington Tribes

A public education program raising awareness about how tribal government investments are benefiting everyone in Washington.

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Promoting tribal self-sufficiency by providing scholarships for Native American students in Washington state.

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Economic Impact Reports

The Economic & Community Benefits of Tribes in Washington (2019)

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The Economic and Fiscal Impacts of Indian Tribes in Washington State (2012)

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Washington Tribes Community Investment Report (2012)

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