GameSense

GameSense_SIGA_PopUp_v2SIGA casinos entertain over 4.5 million guests annually. We offer entertainment and excitement which includes: 2,120 slot machines, 56 live table games, live on stage entertainment and a full line of food and beverage services.

Playing games in any SIGA casino can be an exciting form of entertainment and the games are best enjoyed when patrons use their GameSense.

GameSense is the tagline used to describe SIGA’s Responsible Gaming Strategy and is a reminder to our patrons to have fun and to make good decisions about their level of participation. The tagline can be seen throughout the organization and has been placed on games and marketing material.

Since opening in 1996, SIGA has demonstrated that it has been committed to operate in a socially responsible manner. It began with the FSIN chiefs recognizing the need for an entity to address the risk of problem gambling and so the First Nation Addiction and Rehabilitation Foundation was established. That early concern to be proactive to the possibility of high risk gambling behaviour has evolved throughout the years and SIGA casinos now feature a comprehensive responsible gaming strategy which continues to grow with the gaming industry.


RGCheck graphicRG Check Accreditation

Based on a comprehensive set of responsible gambling (RG) standards, RG Check is the most rigorous RG accreditation program in the world. RG Check administered by the Responsible Gambling Council was an independent, objective assessment of SIGA’s Responsible Gaming policies and procedures. SIGA Casinos successfully earned RG Check accreditation in 2014.

“We are advocates for responsible gambling and RG Check accreditation confirms our commitment to operating in a socially responsible manner. We would like to thank the Responsible Gambling Council for their recognition of our high standards in responsible gambling.” President and CEO SIGA – Zane Hansen.

SIGA RG Check Accreditation Valid to
Bear Claw Casino & Hotel (White Bear First Nation) October 2017
Dakota Dunes Casino (Whitecap Dakota First Nation – near Saskatoon) April 2017
Gold Eagle Casino (Mosquito First Nation in North Battleford) October 2017
Living Sky Casino (Nekaneet First Nation in Swift Current) April 2017
Northern Lights Casino (Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation in Prince Albert) April 2017
Painted Hand Casino (Kahkewistahaw First Nation in Yorkton) October 2017