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The Massachusetts Gaming Commission said it plans to publicly announce the winner of a slots parlor license on Feb. 28.
MGM Resorts International (MGM) will announce its quarterly and yearly financial experience on Wednesday, Feb. 19, before the markets open.
Bally Technologies Inc. (BYI) announced Monday it has an agreement with Boyd Gaming Corp. (BYD) to install its various display and bonusing systems in all Boyd properties currently operating in seven different states.
The Standardbred horse racing industry in Ohio has been revitalized by the addition of video lottery terminals, say state officials. They pointed out that in 2003 there were 2,591 mares bred but the number had fallen in 2010 to 688. Last year, the number of mares bred reached 2,200.
The New Hampshire House last week voted to allow electronic keno games in bars and restaurants that serve alcohol. The vote was 202-141 to send the bill to the Senate.
A New Mexico legislative panel has asked the Navajo Nation and Gov. Susana Martinez to renegotiate a proposed gaming compact. The lawmakers hope a new compact would restrict the state’s largest tribe to their existing casinos rather than allowing an expansion of gambling.
The Four Bears Casino in New Town, North Dakota, has announced plans to build a 4,000-plus seat, multi-purpose events center this year.
Tribal gaming in Arizona will provide the state $13.5 million in revenue for the quarter that ended on Dec. 31, according to state officials.
MTR Gaming Group Inc. (MNTG) announced over the weekend it had terminated the services of Fred A. Buro, the company’s vice president and chief marketing officer.
Dover Downs Gaming & Entertainment Inc. (DDE) has announced the appointment of Timothy R. Horne to its board of directors. Horne serves the company as its chief financial officer.


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