About the Massachusetts Gaming Commission
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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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Workforce, Supplier, and Diversity Development

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

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Casino/Slots Parlor Development

MassGaming will require gaming developers to submit proposals that maximize job creation and economic development.

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Horse Racing

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

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Host & Surrounding Communities

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

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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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Research Agenda

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

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Tribal Gaming

In southeast Massachusetts, the casino designation is currently driven by the possible rights of Native American tribes.

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FAQs

Frequently asked questions and answers about MassGaming, the Expanded Gaming Act and more.

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