Meeting Notification: MGC to hold public meeting on April 29, 2024; Conference Call Available

WHO:                    Members of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission including Interim Chair Jordan Maynard and Commissioners Brad Hill, Eileen O’Brien, and Nakisha Skinner

WHAT:                The Massachusetts Gaming Commission will hold public meeting #514 on Monday, April 29, 2024.

Once the meeting is called to order, the MGC’s Sports Wagering Division will lead a discussion regarding the background and overview of both Caesars’ and Fanatics’ KYC processes pursuant to 205 CMR 248.04(4).

Following that, the Commission will consider a pair of requests from Caesars and Fanatics to use alternate methods of KYC identity authentication at the time of sports wagering account establishment. Both of those requests are expected to precede Executive Sessions regarding each matter.

Commissioner Updates are expected to follow, rounding out the meeting. There is time allotted near the end of the meeting for any other business that the Chair did not reasonably anticipate at the time of posting.

For a complete list of agenda items and anticipated votes, view the official Meeting Notification and Agenda. A LIVE STREAM will be available at Community members are also invited to follow along with live meeting updates by connecting with the Commission on X, @MassGamingComm.

Please note that the Commission will conduct this public meeting remotely utilizing remote collaboration technology. Use of this technology is intended to ensure an adequate, alternative means of public access to the Commission’s deliberations for any interested member of the public. If there is any technical problem with the Commission’s remote connection, an alternative conference line will be noticed immediately on our website:

WHERE:            Conference Call: 1-646-741-5292, Meeting ID: 112 807 8390

WHEN:               Monday, April 29, 2024, at 1:00 p.m.

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