Protecting the assets and best interest of Berry Creek Rancheria Tyme Maidu Tribe.

The Tribal Gaming Commission is a 24 hour, 7 day a week operation dedicated to regulating all areas of the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino per the Tribal Gaming Ordinance.

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Protecting the assets and best interest of the Berry Creek Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California.

The Berry Creek Tribal Gaming Commission, “The Gaming Commission” is an independent regulatory body tasked with protecting and promoting the integrity of all gaming activities conducted on the Tyme Maidu Tribal Lands.

The Gaming Commission is governed by the Tyme Maidu Tribal Gaming Ordinance, and has a broad regulatory authority and is charged with ensuring compliance with Tribal law, IGRA, and our compact with the state of California.

Laws & Regulations

Ensuring Compliance

Federal Laws & Regulations

Compact & Statutes


Protecting Tribal assets.

The Gaming Commission is comprised of several departments each of which have different jobs and responsibilities.


Here to Serve and Protect the Tribe

Adam Chase


Nicole Youngblood


Zack Sossaman



Please visit our current employment opportunities

Gold Country Casino and Resort is on of the largest private employers in Butte County.  Open 24 Hours a day, 365 days a year, we offer many exciting opportunities in areas of Gaming, Hotel, Food and Beverage, Administration and Facilities.

Our Humble Beginning

The Berry Creek Rancheria of Maidu Indians of California started Gold Country Casino in 1996 with the Help of Viejas Band of Kumeyaw Indians.  At the time the Casino had 105 employees, 200 slot machines, and 6 table games.  In 2005 the Tribe decided to expand their business, and build a 7 story 87 room Hotel and Casino with 550 Employees, 900 slot machines, 13 table Games, Bingo Hall, 3 restaurants, 2 bars, a Gift Shop, and Entertainment Pavilion.  The Berry Creek Rancheria Gaming commission was able to provide support and guidance with regulatory knowledge every step of the way.