See How ADG Measures Up
Focused on continuous improvement and using the Arizona Management System, ADG’s mission is helping Arizona be the best place to live, work and play. View our Department Measures to see what we mean.Read More
Now You Can Pay Online
For your convenience, you can make secure payments 24 hours a day, seven days a week when doing a variety of business with ADG. For example, you can use the online payment portal to pay Racing Division licensing fees, Boxing & MMA licensing fees, Gaming vendor certification fees, and others.Read More
Get information about Arizona's casino self-exclusion program.Read More
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Visit the ADG Media Room to view ADG news releases or request media interviews.Read More
Arizona Racing Commission Decision: Monarch Content Management, LLC Simulcast Signal (01/24/2020)
At the January 24, 2020 Regular Meeting of the Arizona Racing Commission (Commission), the Commission voted to deny the continuation of the Monarch Content Management, LLC (Monarch) simulcast signals to any Arizona racing permittees and their additional wagering facilities, which includes off-track betting sites across the state and telephone wagering, known as Advanced Deposit Wagering (ADW).
Race Horse Adoption Grants
The Arizona Racing Commission provides annual financial assistance to organizations that promote the adoption of retired race horses. To apply for a grant, please download the PDF application and submit to ADG by email to: [email protected]. Questions? Call (602) 364-1709.
The Commission re-established State Boxing Championships on August 23, 2018. The first State Championship fight in 16 years was held on October 20, 2018. Download the PDF to view the current list of State Boxing Champions.
Notice to Bingo Licensees, Contractors & Equipment Companies
Bingo Gambling Devices
Get information about Arizona's casino self-exclusion program.
Take a quiz to help you determine whether your organization can conduct a raffle!
Advanced Training - Problem Gambling Treatment
ADG's Division of Problem Gambling invites fellow mental health professionals to attend its next Advanced Training opportunity in Tucson on January 31, 2020. This affordable training opportunity ($50) offers up to six (6) CEUs. Space is limited. Learn more and register today. Questions? Call (602) 255-3888.
14th Annual Symposium - Problem Gambling
Professionals and students in the fields of behavioral and mental health and addiction are invited to attend. Three nationally renowned keynote speakers are slated to discuss current topics in gambling disorder and addiction treatment, with a spotlight on military personnel and families. Up to six (6) CEUs. Early bird, standard and special rates are available; call (602) 255-3888 for rate details and other questions. Learn more and register today.
Apply For County Fair Racing Grant
The County Fair Racing Fund was established to bring live racing to Arizona rural counties. With the passing of HB 2589 in 2018, the CFRF program is available for Arizona counties with less than 800,000 people to re-establish live racing at their county facilities. The deadline for consideration of the grant is January 31, 2020.
ADG Training Program
Get information about free statewide training sessions ADG provides to tribal partners upon their request.
How Can We Help You?
Learn about Arizona gambling laws and exceptions for raffles, bingo, pull tabs, and horse racing charity days.
Find answers to commonly asked questions using our searchable Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
Get and share details about open public meetings of the Arizona Boxing & Mixed Martial Arts Commission and Arizona Racing Commission, live horse racing, sanctioned unarmed combat sports events, and more.
Gaming Compact & Statutes
View or download a copy of the Arizona Tribal-State Gaming Compact and its Appendices.
Racing Statutes, Rules & Policies
Quick access to Arizona’s racing laws and rules, and related policies.
Boxing & MMA Statutes, Rules & Policies
Access Arizona’s boxing and mixed martial arts (MMA) laws and rules, and Arizona Boxing & MMA Commission policies.
Contributed to State and cities, towns and counties in Arizona since inception (2003).
Contributed to Arizona Benefits Fund (ABF) since inception (2003).
SEE HOW TRIBAL GAMING MEASURES UP
Improving services to Arizona’s citizens, businesses, tribes, and visitors to our state is a priority for ADG. Using the Arizona Management System strengthens ADG’s accountability and helps it accomplish tangible results.