GAMBLERS HAVE WAGERED $3.16 BILLION AT PLAINRIDGE
The state's slots parlor generated more than $12.1 million in revenue last month, with $5.95 million of it going to local aid or a horse racing fund, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission announced Wednesday.
Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville, the first and so far only gambling facility to open under the 2011 expanded gaming law, generated $12,146,434.45 in gross gaming revenue last month from $152,212,710.16 in wagers. The haul was about $500,000 shy of December's revenue total but in line with other months.
Already a subscriber? Login to continue reading...
Get the Rest of the Story!
State House News Service subscribers include media outlets, corporations, non-profits and law offices of every size. You may request a free 21-day trial of the News Service for your company by submitting the form below.
If you are already a subscriber and need access to SHNS, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-722-2439.
Note to political campaigns: We do not accept trial requests from campaigns from June 24 through Election Day. However, we would be happy to start a pre-paid subscription for your campaign (except for constitutional offices, congressional offices and statewide campaigns) at a deeply-discounted rate of $22/week, paid through the election. Simply email Virginia Cummings to set up this subscription; she'll send you further instructions.