As casinos re-open during the pandemic, numbers of slots, table games, patron capacity, and other areas might be very different from our comparison below. New England Casinos by the Numbers gives you all nine casinos/resorts together for your comparison. Granted there have been changes, specifically at MGM Springfield. Almost 400 slots have been taken out of that casino floor. Also, consider joining our Facebook Community “New England Casinos.”
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Tribal Gaming in New England
There are three New England tribal casinos in the process of being built besides Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun.
- In Massachusetts, the Aquinnah Cliffs Casino is finally under construction. Built on tribal land on Martha’s Vineyard, it will be a Class II casino. However, it is held up by building code concerns.
FirstLight Resort, in Taunton, won’t be built any time soon. Litigation with Taunton residents and federal initiatives have kept this project from breaking ground.
The Connecticut legislature approved Tribal Winds Casino, a joint venture between the Mohegan & Pequot tribes in CT. However, numerous gambling considerations, especially sports betting, and litigation stalled this project.
- The state with the most poker rooms in New Hampshire with twelve. Many offer other table games, all legal under the Charitable Gaming Law.
- Rhode Island and New Hampshire are the only two New England states to offer legalized sports betting.
- Most slots? – Mohegan Sun.
- Most Hotel rooms? – Foxwoods.
- Fully non-smoking casinos? – all in Maine and Massachusetts.
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