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Connecticut has had a busy casino industry since 1992. Since then, the Mashantucket Pequots and the state legislature changed things in New England for good. The Nutmeg state has two casinos. Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort is owned and managed by the Mohegan tribe. The Pequots own Foxwoods Resort Casino.
Besides the Connecticut state lottery, sports betting and iGaming is on its way. The state and tribes hope to have it up and running by fall, 2021.
You can find the lottery results here: Connecticut lottery results.
Massachusetts passed the Expanded Gaming Act in 2011. As a result, three Massachusetts casinos dot the state and feature two full Las Vegas-style casinos and one Slots-only casino. As a result, the Massachusetts Lottery is one of the highest revenue producers in the country.
Maine has two casinos. Oxford Hotel and Casino in Oxford and the Hollywood Slots in Bangor are the two legalized gambling casinos. Penobscot High Stakes Bingo Casino offers Class II gaming. The state of Maine is home to two racetrack facilities, the Bangor Raceway, and Scarborough Downs.
Rhode Island has 2 casinos are now part of a large gambling company. Ownership was formerly known as Twin River Worldwide Holdings. Recently, the company expanded quickly to 12 states and is now know as Ballys. Twin River Hotel and Casino in Lincoln is the flagship property of Bally’s. Tiverton Casino and Hotel in Tiverton, RI, opened three years ago to replace Newport Grand Slots.
Rhode Island, and recently New Hampshire offer legalized sports betting. Rhode Island was the first to offer it in New England. Mobile betting is also offered in both states.