A new sports wagering industry is already being set in motion as existing casinos and simulcasting facilities in Massachusetts consider how fast they can launch in-person sports betting once state officials finalize regulations and come up with a launch date.
A week after Gov. Charlie Baker signed a law legalizing sports betting in the state, members of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission and representatives from licensed gambling entities sat down to discuss a range of issues from initial preparations to betting kiosks placement and tax considerations to responsible gaming.
One theme emerged early in the meeting — the five licensed gaming operators in Massachusetts are ready to go once the commission sets up a regulatory framework.
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