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VIDEO AND IMAGES: MGC Chairman Steve Crosby’s remarks at MGM Springfield groundbreaking

On Tuesday, March 24, 2015, all five Massachusetts Gaming Commissioners were pleased to attend the first resort-casino groundbreaking in the Commonwealth, MGM Springfield. Massachusetts Gaming Commission Chairman Steve Crosby remarked, “Today’s groundbreaking signifies not only the arrival of a world-class gaming operator here in Massachusetts, but the catalyst for a new era of job creation […]

Boston Globe: Plainridge slots will open in June to inaugurate Massachusetts gambling era

Plainridge Park Casino announced that it will open its doors at noon on June 24th! The Boston Globe reported today that Plainridge Park Casino is moving quickly to finish construction on the $225 million facility with 350 construction workers on-site around the clock! The Globe also reports that Plainridge has received over 4,000 applications from interested applicants seeking one of the 500 available jobs.

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission Votes 3-2 to Extend Filing Deadline for Phase 1 Applications in Southeastern Mass

On March 19, 2015, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission voted 3-2 to extend the filing deadline for RFA-1 (Phase 1) applications for two business groups seeking to compete for the southeastern Massachusetts (Region C) resort-casino license. The new filing deadline to submit complete materials for Phase 1 applications is May 4, 2015. The decision was made […]

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