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
Arizona offers a voluntary self-exclusion process to those patrons interested in banning themselves from Arizona Casinos. We offer 1, 5, or 10 year options for self-ban. This exclusion process is irrevocable and prohibits individuals from lawfully entering any Arizona gaming facility and from collecting any winnings or recovering any losses.Read More
Do business with ADG securely and conveniently online.Read More
Visit the ADG Media Room to view ADG news releases or request media interviews.Read More
ADG Updates Related to COVID-19
ADG is committed to staying connected to its customers and providing exceptional customer service while protecting your health and safety. Download the PDF for information about changes to processes and procedures and review frequently asked questions.
COVID-19 Recommendations for Casinos, Gaming Facilities, and Visiting Patrons
With casinos starting to open, the Arizona Department of Health Services and the Governor's Office have released COVID-19 recommendations for casinos, gaming facilities and visiting patrons. It is within the authority of each sovereign Tribal partner to determine appropriate measures, including reopen dates.
Casino Temporary Closures as of July 14, 2020
At this time, some Arizona casinos are temporarily closed as a precautionary measure in response to COVID-19. It is within the authority of each sovereign Tribal partner to determine appropriate measures, including reopen dates.
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
In person self-exclusions will not be available until further notice. Please do not let this stop you from excluding yourself or receiving the help you may need. The self-exclusion administrator is available to answer your questions and can be reached at 602.255.3843 or by email at [email protected]. Download the PDF for details and resources.
Take a quiz to help you determine whether your organization can conduct a raffle!
ADG Training Program
Get information about free statewide training sessions ADG provides to tribal partners upon their request.
July 9th Racing Commission Meeting Cancelled
Due to the lack of a quorum, the July 9, 2020 Arizona Racing Commission
Meeting is cancelled.
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.