The launch of Rhode Island mobile sports betting may not happen until the end of the year, but it will likely start long before anything in Massachusetts.
If one grassroots group in Massachusetts gets its way, you may soon be able to bet on sports anywhere Keno is played, including local bars and restaurants.
With its second commercial casino set to open, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission has launched a new version of its GameSense responsible gaming program.
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.
An RI state Senator discussed the possibility of online gambling during an interview with local news. But he raises more questions than he answers.
MA AG Maura Healey’s appointee to the Special Commission looking into online gaming and DFS used faulty logic to voice the AG’s opposition to iGaming.
The Special Commission on Online Gaming and DFS has released a draft of its final report and it contains some interesting findings and recommendations.
The Massachusetts Special Commission on Online Gaming and Fantasy Sports will meet tomorrow and likely recommend online gambling to MA legislature.
The MA Legislature is trying to find some savings, and for the second-straight year the state is eyeing responsible gaming funding.
Looks like online gambling supporters in Massachusetts will have to wait until 2018. Senate President Stan Rosenberg says online bills on the back burner.