Massachusetts Gaming Commission Set To Supervise Gaming Devices Installation At Plainridge Park Casino

Massachusetts Gaming Commission is set to install and inspect the state first Electronic Gaming Devices (slot machine) plans to be used at the Plainridge Park Casino which would be declared open to the public soon June 2015.

The publication from the State of Massachusetts gaming regulator stated, that Massachusetts Gaming Commission’s Investigation & Enforcement Bureau and the Information Technology Division will partner to supervise the installation and ongoing inspection of all gaming software, electronic slot monitoring system and licensee record to ensure that everything are done in compliance with set rules and standard of the gaming commission and thus uphold the integrity of the game.

The MGC inspection team are expected – during the installation and inspection- to set theirmassachusetts gaming commissionsight on shipping, testing, monitoring, revenue, audit and surveillance of all the electronic gaming devices in discussion.

When commence operation it is estimated that the Plainridge Park Casino is able to generate $200 million of Gross Gaming Revenue the first year, thereby swelling the pocket of the commonwealth to the sum of $98 million in revenue.

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