About the Massachusetts Gaming Commission
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Introducing PlayMyWay

PlayMyWay is the first-of-its kind budgeting tool. Now available at Plainridge Park Casino, PlayMyWay encourages responsible gaming by giving players the choice to set budgets before gambling.

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Voluntary Self-Exclusion

Information for those seeking to voluntarily exclude themselves from all Massachusetts gaming venues for a pre-determined length of time.

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Plainridge Park Casino

View information and statistics about category 2 licensee Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville, Massachusetts

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Wynn Boston Harbor

View information and statistics about category 1 licensee Wynn Boston Harbor in Everett, Massachusetts

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MGM Springfield

View information and statistics about category 1 licensee MGM Springfield in Springfield, Massachusetts

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Opportunities in the Expanded Gaming Industry

Links to information on casino jobs and vendor opportunities.

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Tribal Gaming

Updates on the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe's First Light Casino development in Taunton, and information on MGC's regulatory authority and responsibility relative to Tribal Gaming

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Research Agenda

The Expanded Gaming Act requires that MassGaming establish a research agenda to understand the sociological and economic effects of expanded gaming.

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Requests for Responses/Proposals

MassGaming will periodically list requests for products and services to ensure the best possible value for MassGaming and the Commonwealth.

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Host & Surrounding Communities

MassGaming offers assistance and technical support to all potential host and surrounding communities.

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Expanded Gaming Act

On November 22, 2011, Governor Deval Patrick signed the Expanded Gaming Act into law.

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Charitable Gaming

Charitable gambling in Massachusetts contributes approximately $75 million annually to the economy.

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MGC is working with licensees, vendors, and community leaders to ensure that the state’s new expanded gaming industry is inclusive and provides opportunities that reflect the diversity of the Commonwealth.

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Workforce and Supplier Development

The Expanded Gaming Act established job creation and the development of a diverse workforce as a top priority.

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MassGaming supports the highest standards in integrity and safety as the industry prepares for the arrival of expanded gaming.

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