The Massachusetts Gaming Commission voted in favor of the new MGM Springfield resort casino serving alcohol until 4 a.m. Now, Connecticut gaming tribes are asking local lawmakers to give its nearby casinos the same rights. The commission voted 4-1 Thursday …
Gov. Charlie Baker told the Boston Herald there’s already too much on state legislators plates to think sports betting until next year.
Massachusetts State Treasurer and Receiver General Deborah Goldberg says if the Massachusetts Lottery does not go online soon, it may become irrelevant.
It looks like gamblers will be able to enjoy after-hours drinking at the casino when MGM Springfield opens at the end of August. The city supports drinks on the casino floor until 4 a.m.
MGM Resorts just bought a New York City casino 50 miles from Bridgeport, but the casino company is still pushing for the Connecticut gaming property.
Does last week’s Supreme Court of the United States decision to repeal a federal ban on sports gambling mean legal sports betting is coming to Massachusetts? The short answer is not yet.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission will likely determine the fate of the Encore Boston Harbor (nee Wynn Boston Harbor) project next week.
Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen warned the legislature not to take the fate of the East Windsor tribal casino into its own hands, ignoring DOI approval.
Rumors that MGM is interested in purchasing Wynn’s Boston area casino are circulating, and even though the sale would be a difficult needle to thread, it might be in everyone’s best interest.
With pressure mounting, executives from Wynn Resorts have confirmed that the company is actively considering rebranding its Wynn Boston Harbor project.