Massachusetts Regulated Online Gambling News
Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr reintroduced legislation that would legalize and regulate online gambling in Massachusetts.
In an op-ed in the Boston Globe, MGC Chairman Stephen Crosby touted the positive early results MA casinos were having on their host communities.
Massachusetts will get another chance to legalize online lottery sales, as Sen. Jennifer Flanagan has reintroduced her legislation from last year.
Massachusetts came close to legalizing online lottery sales last year, and if State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg has her way, it will get done in 2017.
A crime report comparing data since Plainridge Park Casino opened with data collected before it launched is good news for casino advocates.
On election day, Massachusetts and New Jersey voters said no thanks to land-based gambling expansion, while Rhode Island squeaked its proposal through.
A special panel created to recommend daily fantasy sports and online gambling regulations in Massachusetts held court for the first time on Monday.
A new bill is expected to be introduced in Massachusetts that will legalize online lottery sales and allow the lottery to explore new products, like...
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is hopeful the state will handle DFS and online gambling legalization at the same time, with a single omnibus bill.
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe's First Light Casino project is in jeopardy following a court ruling that went against the Massachusetts tribe.
The responsible gaming systems put in place in Massachusetts are robust and altogether new in the United States. But can the template work in the...
Panelists at this year's NCLGS conference in Boston will address a variety of online gaming topics, including ones that pertain specially to Massachusetts.
A bill authorizing the sale of lottery tickets and other products in Massachusetts is well on its way, but the clock to pass legislation in...
There are 4 states where online gambling regulation just might pass in 2016. Those states are California, New York, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania.
Connecticut and Massachusetts are two states that could look to regulate online gambling in the coming years. A look at how the states are preparing.
A bit of old information is presented as new news in Massachusetts by Ben Mezrich, raising unfounded hopes that MA will regulate online poker shortly....
Excerpts from the the final panel of the MA iGaming forum held earlier this month, in which experts discussed online poker and online gaming regulation.
A glimpse at the fourth in a series of panels held last week as Massachusetts looks into the regulation of online poker and other forms...
A review of the third of five panels held at last week's iGaming summit in Massachusetts as the state examines regulated online poker and other...
Outtakes from the first two panels at last week's online gambling forum in Massachusetts. The state is looking into regulating online poker and other games....
Massachusetts may be focused on expanding land-based casino gambling, but the state is also inching closer to regulating online betting.
The head of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission said this week that online betting won't come to the state before land-based casinos are up and running.
Caesars Entertainment CEO Mitch Garber says that he isn't hiding anything in his employment background and is surprised at being flagged by MA regulators.
Major Nevada casinos, facing a tough regulatory process in Massachusetts, may not enter what was once touted as the next big gaming market.
MA says no thanks to Caesars. 3 implications for US iGaming inside.