MGM Springfield generated more than $20M in gaming revenue in February

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has released the gaming revenue numbers for February, including sports wagering results.

The combined Gross Gaming Revenue for the state’s three casinos was approximately $100 million.  Also for February, nearly $52 million in taxable sports wagering revenues were generated across eight mobile/online licensees and three in-person licensees.  

MGM Springfield took in $22.9 million in the combined table and slot games, paying $5.7 million in taxes to the state.

Plainridge Park CasinoMGM Springfield, and Encore Boston Harbor are licensed for sports wagering, which began on January 31, 2023. According to the Commission, $118.56 million has been paid to the state in total taxes and assessments from sports wagering.

Since each casino opened, the Commonwealth has collected about $1.677 billion in taxes and assessments from PPC, MGM, and Encore.     

Read the full revenue reports on the MGC website.

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