Employment - The Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians Official

Sault Tribe and Kewadin Casino employment opportunities Employment Opportunities Language. English Details Category: Employment Last Updated: 31 October 2016 The Sault Tribe worked hard to become the employer of choice in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and constantly strives to improve upon our success. It is our intention to recruit, hire and retain the best possible individuals to become The Sault Tribe’s gambling division is called Kewadin Casinos and they currently operate five casinos in Michigan. With the Sault Tribe in a key position to offer online bets in the state, GAN will be contributing its expertise and operate their online gambling software. Update 03/17/2020: The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians will close Kewadin Casinos by 03/22. Update 03/16/2020: Bay Mills Indian Community will close Bay Mills Resort and Casino by 03/20. IPR is compiling a list of coronavirus response actions and closures by tribal governments in Michigan — you can find it here. The Sault Tribe and GAN reached an agreement where GAN will provide operational services to the Tribe’s five land-based casinos in Michigan. LANSING, Mich. — Online gambling in Michigan received a major boost with the software developer GAN announcing a partnership with the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians who operate five land-based casinos in the state according to GAN’s press release . The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians has sold a 22 percent interest in its Detroit Greektown casino to a Detroit-area man for a reported $200 million. The buyer is Tom Celani, a former Kewadin Casinos online gambling partnership. Kewadin Casinos will be entering the online gambling market in Michigan soon. The casinos’ owner/operator, the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, announced it had reached terms on a partnership with gambling software developer GAN in April 2020.. In addition to GAN’s assistance with online casino software, the company is aiding the Kewadin Casinos, owned and operated by the Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians, are nestled in the heart of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula – one of the world’s most beautiful places! Each of Kewadin’s five great locations offer an exciting, yet comfortable experience, combining Vegas-style action with relaxing vibe of the communities in which they are located. Whether you’re looking for a GAN’s deal to do business with the tribe in the state of Michigan comes in the wake of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signing legislation for both online casino and online/mobile sports wagering in late December, following a years-long legislative push by gambling expansion proponents in the Wolverine State. Under the deal with the Sault Tribe, which operates casino gambling under a 1993 compact with Sault Tribe Chairman Aaron Payment says casino profits make up an important gap in federal funding. “Our service area population is funded at about 40 percent of our needs,” he says.

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