With Gov. Charlie Baker giving state lawmakers another kick at the can, the legislature will be considering several different sports betting bills in 2019.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has a new chair, but it’s no closer to deciding the fate of Wynn Resorts’ $2.6 billion Encore Boston Harbor project.
A Boston Globe editorial on New Year’s Day is calling for an end to delays on the $2.6 billion Encore Boston Harbor casino project in Everett.
Revenues at MGM Springfield continued to fall in November and the Massachusetts property is clearly failing to meet projections a few months in.
With regulators considering pulling Wynn’s license, the Mohegan Tribe says it wants to buy the nearly finished $2.5 billion Encore Boston Harbor casino.
The New England sports betting landscape is changing fast. Almost all of the area could have legal sports betting by the time the 2019 NFL season begins.
Rhode Island will become the first New England state to have sports betting when Twin River Casino starts taking bets on Nov. 26.
The investigation into harassment claims against Steve Wynn is just about done, but the Massachusetts Gaming Commission won’t reveal results until December.
Gaming regulators are telling Boston Magazine to get its facts straight after it alleged the MGC played favortites in giving Wynn Resorts a license.
MGM Springfield is a hit after posting $27 million in gross gaming revenue in its first full month, despite missing projections and daily average declines.