Gaming Commission

The Gaming Commission

The Tunica-Biloxi Gaming Commission administrates provisions of the Tribal Council Resolution and the Tribal-State Compact for the Conduct of Class III Gaming. The Commission regulates all gaming activities conducted on gaming lands; enforces gaming laws, regulations and ordinances; conducts hearings and meetings; manages daily administrative affairs; liaisons with federal, state and local officials; promulgates regulations and policy; licenses employees, vendors and operations; conducts audits, investigates employees and vendors; and monitors gaming operation.

The Commission is composed of a three-member panel, Commissioner Chairman and two Associate Commissioners, appointed by the Tribal Council to regulate all classes of gaming authorized by federal statute, tribal laws and ordinances and applicable state laws.

The Commission consists of the following divisions:

  • The License Division is responsible for the licensing of employees and vendors of the gaming operation.
  • The Investigation Division is responsible for all investigations authorized by the Commission (i.e., background and compliance).
  • The Internal Audit Division conducts audits prescribed by federal, state and tribal laws and regulations.
  • The Office of the Inspector General monitors the daily gaming operation to ensure compliance with all laws and regulations set forth by federal, state and tribal governments.

Motto: “Integrity, Trust and Confidence through Public Service.”

For more information contact:

Rudy Wambsgans III, Commissioner Chairman

Catherine Pierite-Farbe, Commissioner of Compliance

Bobby Pierite Sr., Commissioner of Investigation

164 Yuroni Road

Marksville, LA, 71351

(318) 253-0019