NEW ENGLAND CASINOS PROPERTY FACTS

To begin with, New England Casinos Property Facts  lists and compares the numbers.  In particular, Hotel, Gambling, Dining, Entertainment and Retail numbers.

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Also, it is provided in an easy block format. New England Casinos Property Facts provides even more! Therefore, just click on the state for the casino you are looking for:

Connecticut Casinos

Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket. Mohegan Sun Resort Casino, Uncasville.

Rhode Island Casinos

Twin River Hotel & Casino, Lincoln & Tiverton Hotel & Casino

Massachusetts Casinos

 MGM Springfield Hotel & Casino, Springfield. Plainridge Park Casino & Raceway, Plainville. Encore Boston Harbor Resort Casino, Everett. (To Be added soon)

Maine Casinos

Hollywood Bangor Hotel, Casino. Raceway, Bangor & Oxford Hotel Casino, Oxford.

By the way, compare all casinos together with the link below.

All New England Casinos “By the numbers”

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NEW ENGLAND CASINOS PROPERTY FACT – EXPANSION

As the dust begins to settle in New England’s State legislatures, one thing is sure – there will be winners and losers as the plot plays out. In my opinion, Massachusetts is a big winner with MGM Springfield & Encore Boston Harbor anchoring the Bay State with two giant representatives of the casino/resort industry. Rhode Island casinos are winners with the addition of sports betting. Unfortunately, the revenue from sports betting hasn’t lived up to expectations, but it is improving.

The expansion has produced one major group of winners – New England’s resident gamblers.  Competition between the three southern New England states has given New England residents new gambling options & conditions to choose from.  Links to reward clubs such as MLife, Wynn Red Card, and the change of Penn National to Choice Rewards gives a national connection coast to coast. Promotions and entertainment offerings have also seen a greater competition, which only translates as a positive for consumers.

Your NETG Staff – Bin, Miguel, & Bert.

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