SBC Awards North America Names NHBP Gaming Commission Tribal Gaming Regulator of the Year

(Battle Creek, MI) On Thursday, May 9, 2024, the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi (NHBP) Gaming Commission, a leading authority in tribal gaming regulation, was awarded the prestigious Tribal Gaming Regulator of the Year award during the 2024 SBC Awards North America ceremony, held at the New York Hilton Midtown Hotel in New York City.

This award recognizes the NHBP Gaming Commission’s dedication to promoting the integrity of gaming, protecting Tribal assets and innovation in the tribal gaming sector.

The SBC Awards North America is a premier event that celebrates the accomplishments of operators, affiliates, and suppliers across various disciplines, including payments, marketing, platform providers, and data. This year’s ceremony marks the fourth edition of the awards, spotlighting the entities that have demonstrated remarkable resilience and ingenuity.

NHBP Gaming Commission’s Executive Director, Meghan Frye, expressed enthusiasm about the nomination, stating, “We are thrilled to accept the SBC Awards North America “Tribal Regulator of the Year” award, a recognition that signifies our team’s passion and excellence in the field of Tribal Gaming Regulations. This notable honor is a testament to our dedication and strategic efforts to protecting the Tribe and ensuring the integrity of gaming. We couldn’t do this without the vital support we receive from our Commissioners and the Tribe. We are incredibly thankful for this honor and are inspired to continue advancing our regulatory goals with renewed dedication.”

The SBC Awards North America is renowned for its comprehensive recognition of expertise and innovation in the betting and gaming landscape. Being named the Tribal Gaming Regulator of the Year award underscores the NHBP Gaming Commission’s significant contributions to the sector and its unwavering commitment to upholding the highest standards of regulatory excellence.

For more information about the NHBP Gaming Commission and its initiatives, please visit https://nhbp-nsn.gov/gaming-commission/ or contact Executive Assistant Savanna Graham at 269.841.1064 or savanna.graham@nhbpgc.org.

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