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Massachusetts House Speaker Ron Mariano says sports betting legalization could happen in the Bay State this year. However, his colleagues don’t seem as optimistic. A telling clue: The House excluded MA sports betting revenue in its budget plan. While not a death knell for enabling legislation, it isn’t a great sign for gambling expansion proponents in […]
January 2021 produced a moderate gain for Massachusetts casinos. Nonetheless, it’s a positive sign as COVID-19 restrictions ease.
While casinos in other states are starting to see upticks in revenue, those in Massachusetts experienced all-time lows in November.
If Connecticut gambling expansion ever comes to fruition, DraftKings has a deal that will allow it to be among the first to offer online casino games and sports betting.
As coronavirus hospitalizations and positivity rates hospitalizations and positivity rates increase in Massachusetts, businesses across the Bay State are taking measures to limit transmission of the virus. That means the reintroduction of COVID-19 restrictions casinos in the state put in place earlier this year. The recent protocols involve not only casino gaming but also both
A letter from the AGA to Massachusetts lawmakers urges the inclusion of college sports betting if the state legalizes sports betting.
Massachusetts casino amenities like extended hours, restaurants, spas, and video poker rooms will start being available to patrons again next month.
The latest Patriots betting odds at DraftKings in New Hampshire have New England as a comfortable home favorite against the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 3.
Massachusetts college sports betting is something that university presidents in the state would like to see regulated tightly if sports betting passes.
MGM Springfield layoffs are the latest signal that the road back to the pre-coronavirus norm at Massachusetts casinos could be a long one.