Ada Gaming Center

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Ada Gaming Center
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Location Ada, Oklahoma
Address 1500 N. Country Club Road, Ada, Oklahoma 74820[1]
Opening date 1983
Total gaming space 9,220 sq ft (857 m2)
Notable restaurants Double Down Grill, Traditions Bar
Casino type Land-based
Owner Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma
Coordinates 34°47′22″N 96°39′06″W / 34.78944°N 96.65167°W / 34.78944; -96.65167Coordinates: 34°47′22″N 96°39′06″W / 34.78944°N 96.65167°W / 34.78944; -96.65167
Website Chickasaw Nation

The Ada Gaming Center is a Native American casino in Ada, Oklahoma. The center is the first gaming facility that was founded by the Chickasaw Nation, having started out as a bingo hall in 1983.[2] The 22,482 sq ft (2,088.6 m2) facility[3] includes a bar, the Traditions Bar, and a restaurant, the Double Down Grill, and 9,220 sq ft (857 m2) of gaming space.[4] The center has seven tables for blackjack and Ultimate Texas Hold 'em, and more than 330 electronic gaming machines.[1][4][5]

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  1. ^ a b Ada Gaming Center at Travel Oklahoma
  2. ^ "The Chickasaw Nation", Studies in Success, Oklahoma Institute of Indian Heritage, p 7-10 Archived September 27, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ "2011 Tribal Gaming Directory". Tribal Government Gaming. 
  4. ^ a b "Ada Gaming Center" at Casinocity
  5. ^ "Ada Gaming Center Website". Ada Gaming Center. Retrieved 19 August 2016. 

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