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Electronic Gaming

The EGD Department acts as a liaison between the Manufacturers, Washington State Gambling Commission, National Indian Gaming Commission, and Tribal Gaming Operations for Class II and Class III gaming systems in all Muckleshoot gaming properties. EGD supports Casino and Bingo operations with gaming system planning, system upgrades, player terminal installations and removals, and game theme installations and removals.

EGD also ensures that the gaming systems and games installed are in compliance with applicable rules and regulations to help protect the integrity of gaming for both the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe and gaming patrons. EGD provides support to the other TGA Departments in the areas of investigation, observation and reporting as well as basic IT support for fingerprinting and incident reporting software.

The EGD team is made up of four individuals – one Electronic Gaming Manager and three Electronic Gaming Specialists.  These EGD team members possess a diverse background of gaming experience in the areas of manufacturing, field service, product and legal compliance, customer service, product quality, information technology, auditing, extensive leadership and efficiency.

The Muckleshoot Casino is a Class 3 and Class 2 mixed facility offering table games and slot-like machine play. The facility has over 3000 Class 3 Tribal Lottery Devices.  Class 3 gaming is regulated in accordance to the existing Tribal/State Compact and its amendments as well as the Tribal Minimum Internal Control Standards (T-MICS). The Class II gaming activity is regulated in accordance to the federal Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA), the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) rules and regulations, Muckleshoot Gaming Ordinance and the Tribal Minimum Internal Control Standards.

Manager:  Jeff Joslin | jeff.joslin@mtga.us