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.
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.
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.
Massachusetts Gaming Commission Chairman Stephen Crosby resigned this week, claiming he can’t escape accusations of an Encore Boston Harbor bias.
As Encore Boston Harbor construction remains in full swing, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission will reveal the findings of its Steve Wynn investigation.
The battle over the deal for the land where Encore Boston Harbor is being built is heating up, with lawsuits being filed by one former partial land owner and Wynn Resorts.