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MassGaming to hold open meeting on July 9; topics include Region C schedule, Community Mitigation Fund, MGM Springfield

WHO: Members of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission including Chairman Steve Crosby, Commissioner Gayle Cameron, Commissioner James McHugh, Commissioner Bruce Stebbins and Commissioner Enrique Zuniga WHAT: The Massachusetts Gaming Commission will hold its 157th open public meeting on Thursday, July 9th.  The Commission will discuss key dates in the resort-casino licensing schedule in Region C (Southeastern Massachusetts). […]

MassGaming releases first week of gross gaming revenue for Plainridge Park Casino

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) reported today that the first week of operations at Plainridge Park Casino has generated $6,154,626.38 in Gross Gaming Revenue (GGR).  The category 2 slots-parlor is taxed on 49% of gross gaming revenue, of that total taxed amount 82% is paid to Local Aid and 18% goes to the Race Horse […]

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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MGC Open Meeting #157

July 09, 2015 at 10:30am
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