Upcoming Events

Feb 27
February 27, 2020 at 10:00 am MGC Open Meeting in Springfield

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Mar 01
March 01, 2020 at 12:00 am Problem Gambling Awareness Month

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At A Glance

485 People currently enrolled in the statewide Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program
63 Years of combined gaming experience for GameSense advisors at Encore Boston Harbor, with 8 languages fluently spoken between the team members
22 Percentage of patrons who reported having changed how they gamble because of interaction with GameSense advisor
20,539 Active enrollees in PlayMyWay as of July 3, 2019
100 Years since the waterfront has been accessible.
$23 million 49.4% of the casino's total vendor spend in the third quarter of 2019 was attributable to businesses in Massachusetts.
$68M Total spent on environmental cleanup of the casino's land to open up the Everett shoreline to the public for the first time in more than a century.
5.2 million Construction hours completed on the project by over 7,000 workers. Of those workers, 1,685 were minority, 452 were female, and 301 were veterans.
$960 million Total project budget, higher than early estimates of $850 million
21.78% Percentage of construction hours paid to minorities
35 Percentage of opening day employees who were Springfield residents
$83.8M State taxes since August 2018
100 More than 100 racing days held in 2019
26 Percentage of diverse employees at the casino
$288.5M Total in collected state taxes since March 2017
$64.9M Total in collected Race Horse Development Fund

MGC On Twitter

February 25, 2020

MEETING NOTIFICATION: #MGC Public Meeting in Springfield on 2/27/20 at 10:00am at the MassMutual Center, 1277 Main Street, Springfield, MA. Agenda available here: https://t.co/Pm32VrrrfB https://t.co/geaP5PTazv

February 24, 2020

REMINDER: The #MGC is asking for feedback on multiple questions relevant to the Category 1 (resort-casino) license in Southeastern Massachusetts (Region C). Learn more here: https://t.co/dOP7jkXNkk https://t.co/1i9ub4yD9j

February 21, 2020

@MGMSpringfield @EncoreResortBH “I can't think of a finer example of what the gaming law was intended to do,” Commissioner Bruce Stebbins said. Learn more about the oldest minority-owned business in New England, Everett-based Owens Movers, here: https://t.co/9PfPjxtR3x #MGC #BHM https://t.co/ucWyuhbULX

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