As individual states continue to pass online gambling legislation, Oklahoma has become yet another state that has signed on to this lucrative venture. But in this case it is the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes that will implement real-money online gambling to its global players. An agreement has been signed by the Governor of Oklahoma and will take effect immediately since these tribes are not subject to the UIGEA Law of 2006, and thus the tribes will be able to pursue an international online portal in the near future. The agreement involves the tribes shutting down PokerTribes.com site in exchange for opening this new portal to non-US players. Suffice to say, the revenue earned will be beneficial to the state of Oklahoma.