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“PlayMyWay” Launches at Encore Boston Harbor

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) and Encore Boston Harbor (EBH) have launched a budgeting tool called PlayMyWay. Play myWay is an optional benefit for Wynn Rewards players. It allows them to personalize their play by setting a personal budget before they begin gambling. It is the latest tool added to MGC’s responsible gaming framework known as GameSense. The launch of PlaymyWay at EBH marks a completion of the M GC”s goal of offering a uniform platform for slot machine players to set abudget and track their plays at any Massachusetts casino.
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#gaming revenue reaches $92m in August The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has reported $92m in revenue for the state’s three .

 #gaming revenue reaches $92m in August

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has reported $92m in revenue for the state’s three .
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#InTheSpotlightFGN - More than 40 companies to apply for #sportsbetting licences The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) has said that 42 companies have submitted a Notice of Intent to apply for a sports wagering licence.

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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) has said that 42 companies have submitted a Notice of Intent to apply for a sports wagering licence.
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PlayMyWay launches at ’s #EncoreBostonHarbor PlayMyWay is a voluntary budgeting tool now available on #electronicgames at Encore Boston Harbor.

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PlayMyWay is a voluntary budgeting tool now available on #electronicgames at Encore Boston Harbor.
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Gaming centers haul in nearly $100M in July

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor took in $99 million in gaming revenue in July. EnCore took the most with $64.7 million. Since Plainridge opened in June 2015, Massachusetts has collected more than $1.155 billion from casino-style gambling. The money collected is split into various buckets like local aid, the Transportation Infrastructure Fund, and an education fund.
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Gaming centers haul in nearly $100M in July

Massachusetts releases July gambling numbers

Massachusetts releases July gambling numbers. Gross gaming revenue or GGR stood at approximately $98.7m for the period. Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor managed to generate $93m in June. The three casinos together managed $27.684m of taxes. EnCore Boston Harbour generated $16.181m, while Plainidge Park has generated more than $12m. The state collected an estimated $1.2bn from gambling taxes so far. Commission will discuss the implementation of sports gambling.
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Massachusetts casinos report monthly revenue up 3% to $99M in July

Massachusetts casinos report monthly revenue up 3% to $99M in July. Encore Boston Harbor took in $64.7M, while MGM Springfield took $21.5M. Plainridge Park Casino reported $12.4M revenue. Regulators are meeting with the state's gaming interests this Thursday to discuss the upcoming sports betting market. The new gaming law was signed by Gov. Charlie Baker last week. It calls for in-person betting licenses for the two casinos, two simulcast centers, and one slots parlor.
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Massachusetts casinos report monthly revenue up 3% to $99M in July

Gaming centers haul in nearly $100 million in July

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor took in $99 million in July. EnCore took $64.7 million, while MGM took almost $21.5 million. Since Plainridge opened in June 2015, Massachusetts has collected more than $1.155 billion from casino-style gambling. The money collected is split into various buckets like local aid, the Transportation Infrastructure Fund, and an education fund.
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Gaming centers haul in nearly $100 million in July
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Massachusetts: The Next Frontier for Legal Online Casinos?

Massachusetts sports betting is in legal territory. The bill to allow both retail and online sportsbooks is expected to be signed into law in the coming days. Casinos, racing simulcast facilities and independent sportsbook may launch as early as this fall. A maximum of three retail commercial casinos were legalized in Massachusetts 11 years ago.
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Plainridge revenue rises again in June

Plainridge Park Casino reported gross gaming revenue of nearly $11.97 million for June. That's up from May's $10.73 million and last year's revenue $ 11.31 million. The state's three casinos reported total revenue for the month of $93 million, up $91 million from the previous month. Encore Boston Harbor in Everett reported $60 million in June, and MGM Springfield reported $21.1 million
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Plainridge revenue rises again in June
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MGM Springfield generated more than $21M in gaming revenue in May

MGM Springfield generated more than $21 million in gross gaming revenue for the month of May. The casino is taxed on 25 percent of gross revenue. Massachusetts’ three casinos generated approximately $25 million of tax revenue in May, which went to local aid to cities and towns, transportation and infrastructure, and education.
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MGM Springfield generated more than $21M in gaming revenue in May

Revenue holds steady at Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville

Plainridge Park Casino's gross gaming revenue is up from $12.9 million in April of 2021. The other two casinos, Encore Boston Harbor in Everett and MGM Springfield, took in less in March. Massachusetts' three casinos took $99 million of gross revenue in the last year. The commonwealth has collected $1.146 billion in total taxes and assessments from Plainridge, MGM and EnCore since the respective openings of each.
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Revenue holds steady at Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville

Encore Boston's record-breaking revenue drives Massachusetts casinos' $102M mark in March

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor generated more than $102 million in gaming revenue in March. EnCore Boston Harbour had the best month on record, while Plainridge took in about $12.94 million. The state collected $28.6 million from En core Boston harbor and $24.28 million for MGM. Since Plainidge opened in June 2015, Massachusetts has collected nearly $1.05 billion from casino-style gambling. The Commonwealth has also collected approximately $ 1.047 billion in total taxes and assessments from the three properties since the respective openings of each gaming facility.
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Encore Boston's record-breaking revenue drives Massachusetts casinos' $102M mark in March

Responsible Gambling: Budget Tool Rolls Out At MGM Springfield

PlayMyWay program allows gamblers to set a slot machine budget and track their spending against that budget. It was officially launched at MGM Springfield on Thursday afternoon. 170 gambers have already redeemed the $10 food credit as a perk of signing up. PlayMyway is coming to Boston Harbor soon.  
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Massachusetts Hits $1B Threshold from Casino Tax Collection

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has released the February results. Encore Boston Harbor casino generated $54.7 million in gross gaming revenue. Plainridge Park Casino, EnCore Boston Harbour, and MGM Springfield generated more than $10 million each.
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Massachusetts Casino Revenue and Handle Decline in January

Massachusetts casinos had a decline in January. The facilities in the Bay State took in $681,851,372 in total handle for January, a 5.1% drop from the previous January and $807.9 million in wagering handle. January's figures were a 30. 9% rise on January 2021.
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Massachusetts Casino Revenue and Handle Decline in January

Gaming revenues off In January, but state closing in on $1B

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor generated $82.4 million in gross gaming revenue in January. EnCore Boston harbor had its worst revenue month since last June. Everett casino generated just less than $54 million. Plainville slots parlor's revenue was the lowest monthly total since February 2021. Massachusetts has collected about $994 million since legal casino-style gambling began in June 2015.
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Gaming revenues off In January, but state closing in on $1B

Plainville casino revenues bounce back for December

Plainridge Park Casino had its best December in two years. The casino had revenues of just over $11 million in gross gaming revenue for last month. It is the first increase since the July report and the best since 2019 when revenues were $10.2 million. Statewide, the three casinos generated approximately $96 million for December. The commonwealth has collected approximately $971 million from Plainridge, MGM and Encore since their openings. MGM Springfield and encore Boston Harbor are taxed 25% of GGR.
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Plainville casino revenues bounce back for December

Massachusetts casinos ended 2021 with big month

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor generated nearly $100 million in gaming revenue last month. About $26.5 million of that is due to the state. EnCore Boston Harbour pulled in $62.4 million. The slots parlor at Plainridge park pulled $11.05 million last year. It is the most player-friendly slot machine in the Massachusetts. The $95.65 million monthly gaming revenues translates into about $ 26.56 million for the State.
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Massachusetts casinos ended 2021 with big month

Casinos Ended 2021 With Big Month

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor generated nearly $100 million in gaming revenue last month. About $26.5 million of that is due to the state. EnCore Boston Harbour pulled in $62.4 million. The slots parlor at Plainridge park pulled $11.05 million last year. It's the most player-friendly slot machine in the Massachusetts. The $95.65 million monthly gaming revenues translates into about $ 26.56 million for the State.
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Casinos Ended 2021 With Big Month

MGM up, Encore and Plainridge casinos down in earnings

Gross gaming revenue from MGM Springfield, Encore Boston Harbor and Plainridge Park Casino was $88 million in November. In October it was approximately $96 million. MGM's revenue increased by $228,359.22 month to month. EnCore had $55.2 million revenue in October, while Plainridges had nearly $11 million, compared to $10.7 million the previous month, according to the state gaming commission. The casinos paid $24.6 million to Massachusetts.
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Should table games be allowed at Plainridge Park Casino?

Plainridge Park Casino is facing competition from Rhode Island casinos. The bill pending before the Legislature would authorize the Gaming Commission to take action. It would allow the addition of 30 tables at Plainridge. This would create 175 new jobs for the area. It is not an attempt to compete with the two existing Massachusetts casinos in Everett and Springfield. Instead, it's a request for a modest expansion so that the Commonwealth can best compete. and protect jobs and businesses. it is also a way to secure tax revenues for Commonwealth. for Massachusetts.
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Casinos cleared for full reopening this weekend

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor will be allowed to reopen this weekend. The state's slots parlor and two resort casinos were closed for 440 days due to the spread of COVID-19. Governor Charlie Baker is lifting nearly all business restrictions effective Saturday. The gaming commission voted 4-0 to remove remaining restrictions. It is under the purview of the commission to decide how to unwind restrictions and unwinding restrictions is subject to their ability to meet the demand.
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Casinos cleared for full reopening this weekend

Mass. Gaming Revenues Remain On Roll

Encore Boston Harbor generated $32.2 million of gross revenue from slots and $30.58 million from table games in October. MGM Springfield took in $16.88 million and Plainridge Park Casino took $11.74 million. The state collected $921 million in taxes and assessments since Plainidge Park opened in June 2015. . ... In July, the state's three gambling centers collected a record $95.4 million, and a total of $27 million was collected in state taxes.
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Mass. Gaming Revenues Remain On Roll

Casinos just saw their best three months

July, August and September produced more than $78 million in gaming revenue for the state. The last three months are the best three for state gaming revenues since legal betting began more that six years ago. In September, the revenues from Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor were $25.1 million. The state is due 25 percent of EnCore's $57.46 million and $4.84 million from MGM's and 50 percent from the slots parlor's revenue.
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MGC Releases July 2021 Gross Gaming Revenue for Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor

MGC reports July 2021 Gross Gaming Revenue for Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor was $96 million. PPC is a category 2 slots facility, is taxed on 49% of GGR, 82% is paid to Local Aid and 18% allotted to the Race Horse Development Fund. MGM and Boston Harbour are resort casinos, taxed 25%. The Commonwealth has collected $843 million in total taxes and assessments from P PC, MGC and MGM since the respective openings of each gaming facility.
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MGC Releases July 2021 Gross Gaming Revenue for Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor

Lincoln, RI Casino Breaks Ground on $100mn Expansion

Lincoln, RI Casino Breaks Ground on $100mn Expansion. Twin River Casino in Lincoln will be rebranded as Bally's Twin river Lincoln Casino. Its sister property in Tiverton will become Baly's Tiversion Casino as part of Bly's renaming effort. Governor, legislative leaders and labor union heads attended the ceremonial groundbreaking.
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Massachusetts gambling revenue dips in August after strong July

Gross gaming revenue at the three Massachusetts casinos dipped in August. MGM Springfield had $21.8 million in gross gaming revenues in the month, compared to $23.7 million the previous month. Encore Boston Harbor had a $57.9 million revenue in July, while Plainridge Park Casino had $12. 7 million. The casinos paid $26.2 million to the state in taxes in September, down from $27 million a month earlier.
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Massachusetts gambling revenue dips in August after strong July

Lawmakers Propose To Expand Plainridge Park Casino With Table Games, More Slot Machines

Plainridge Park Casino opened in 2015. The state has brought in more than $800 million in tax revenue from Plainridge, Encore Boston Harbor in Everett and MGM Springfield. Lawmakers want to expand the casino with table games and more slot machines. A spokesman for Penn National Gaming says adding 30 new table game would create about 175 new jobs at the Casino.
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Casino Revenues Slide During COVID Curfew

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor generated $45.45 million in gross gaming revenue last month. EnCore Boston Harbour generated about $27.35 million. MGM's Springfield took in $10.5 million and generated around $2.6 million of state tax revenue. The slots parlor at Plainridge park Casino in Plainville reported $7.7 million, $3.72 million due to the state.
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Casino Revenues Slide During COVID Curfew

Revenues at Plainville's casino rise in spite of capacity limits

Gambling revenues at the state's three casinos rose in December despite more restrictive limits on patrons and a curfew on operations. Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor generated approximately $50 million in gross gaming revenue in November. The casino's owners, Penn National Gaming, do not comment on the monthly revenue reports. The state-mandated 25% capacity limit was imposed last month. All three of the casino sites experienced sharp revenue drops in October.
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State cites job impact of Plainville slots parlor, other gaming venues

Encore Boston Harbor, MGM Springfield and Plainridge Park Casino were opened in the first year of the state's gambling industry. They created more than 9,800 jobs, most of them for Massachusetts residents. More than 4,300 of those jobs were minority, 3,200 were women and nearly 400 were veterans. The gaming industry spent more $78.3 million with Massachusetts businesses.   The report was released by the commission’s Office of Workforce, Supplier and Diversity Development.
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State cites job impact of Plainville slots parlor, other gaming venues

Gambling on healthier outlook

Massachusetts' casinos and slots parlor generated $67.44 million in gaming revenue in February. Encore Boston Harbor pulled in $40.99 million. Since legalizing gambling in 2011, Massachusetts has collected $719.13 million from casinos. The state can expect about $247 million annually from gambling. The Gaming Commission recently relaxed capacity limits. It allowed casinos to reintroduce craps and add a fourth seat at table games.
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Gambling on healthier outlook

Gaming revenues showing signs of major comback

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor generated $24.67 million in May. The previous monthly record was $25.33 million set in February 2020. EnCore Boston Harbour generated more than $52.93 million last month. Since legalizing gambling in 2011, Massachusetts has collected more $791.88 million. The state can expect about $254.46 million annual gaming revenue. The average annual revenue is $259.45 million, according to the Gaming Commission.
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Gaming revenues showing signs of major comback

Special meeting set to weigh COVID-19 rules at casinos

The Gaming Commission will hold a special meeting next week to discuss the COVID-19 restrictions on the casinos and live horse racing. The meeting will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday. The commission will also consider the impact of Gov. Charlie Baker's lifting of his state of emergency order on its future use of remote collaborative technology.
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Special meeting set to weigh COVID-19 rules at casinos

August gaming revenues climb back to pre-pandemic low

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor casinos have been open since August. They have brought in $71 million in gaming revenue in August, about $20 million of which will go to the state. The three facilities are operating under capacity limits and without some popular table games. Massachusetts has collected $615 million from the three gaming facilities since 2011.  . ... It is also entitled to more than $4.06 million for local aid and about $915,207 for the Race Horse Development Fund.
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Recently Reopened Mass. Casinos See No Major Issues With Public Health Guidelines

Plainridge Park Casino, MGM Springfield and Encore Boston Harbor reopened recently. They were closed for four months due to pandemic. Regulators say the casinos have been running smoothly. Before the pandemics, the three casinos generated about $20 million in tax revenue each month. Without gambling activity for 4 months, Massachusetts lost at least $80 million. The new restrictions include no poker, craps or roulette, gaming tables capped at three players, and players must wear masks. It's a new industry. "We're in uncharted waters," says an official.
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Recently Reopened Mass. Casinos See No Major Issues With Public Health Guidelines

Massachusetts casino reopenings promise ‘sense of normalcy’ despite restrictions on gambling

Regulators failed to vote on pandemic-era gambling restrictions. The state's three casinos have been closed since March 15. They won't reopen until phase 3 of the governor's reopening plan until June 29. Regulators are taking cues from casinos in Las Vegas, Connecticut and other states where gambling has already reopened. They are trying to balance public health and business needs. Commissioner Enrique Zuniga says it will be a learning experience. He is trying for a sense of normalcy. It will take time. For now, they are favoring conservative restrictions on capacity and gaming.
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Massachusetts casino reopenings promise ‘sense of normalcy’ despite restrictions on gambling