Seminole Tribe said to be in talks to update Class III gaming compact IndianZ · April 10, 2019 at 6:22 pm The Seminole Tribe is reportedly in talks to update its Class III gaming compact with the state of Florida. The News Service of Florida said state lawmakers have been negotiating with the tribe in hopes of reaching a new deal before the end of their legislative session on May 3. They are also mindful of a separate agreement — due to expire at the end of May — in which the tribe has agreed to continue sharing revenues with the state. The tribe shares between $300 million and $350 million a year with the state, according to news reports. The money has continued to flow even though a federal judge ruled that the state violated the compact by allowing non-Indian offer card games that had been promised exclusively to the tribe.