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VIDEO AND IMAGES: Chairman Steve Crosby’s remarks at the opening of Plainridge Park Casino

On June 24, 2015, Chairman Steve Crosby issued the following remarks at the official grand opening of the first gaming facility in Massachusetts, Plainridge Park Casino: This will be said many times, but today is a momentous day in Massachusetts. As everybody knows, it took Massachusetts a long time to decide whether we wanted to […]

UMass Amherst Research Team Releases Results of an Unprecedented Survey about Gambling Attitudes, Participation, and Problems in Massachusetts

On Thursday, June 11th, a research team from the School of Public Health and Health Sciences at UMass Amherst will release a comprehensive report of findings from a large baseline population survey that assessed Massachusetts residents’ attitudes about gambling, gambling participation, and gambling-related problems. Nearly 10,000 Massachusetts residents completed the survey, making it the largest and most representative gambling survey ever conducted in the United States.

VIDEO: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission Releases Informational Video to Assist Potential Surrounding Communities in Southeastern Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) announces the release of an educational video developed to inform potential surrounding communities about the Category 1 (resort-casino) licensing process in Southeastern Massachusetts (Region C). Currently, two applicants are pursuing a resort-casino license in Region C – Mass Gaming & Entertainment for a resort-casino proposal in Brockton and KG Urban in New Bedford.


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