MGM Springfield President Mike Mathis made his stance clear in a recent radio interview: It’s time for Massachusetts to embrace sports betting legalization.
A new Penn National deal gives sportsbook operators potential claim to the Massachusetts market, that is, if they ever get the chance.
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.
If it’s going to allow online sports betting, Massachusetts’ Treasurer says the Legislature should authorize online lottery sales too.
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 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 National Basketball Association has named MGM Resorts International as its official gaming partner. But despite the fact MGM will open up a $950 million casino resort in Springfield before the end of August, gamblers still won’t be able to …
Gov. Charlie Baker told the Boston Herald there’s already too much on state legislators plates to think sports betting until next year.