Three developers to compete for Mass. slots-parlor license

TWIN RIVER CASINO, the largest slots parlor in Rhode Island, will face direct competition from the winner of Massachusetts' sole slots parlor license. Raynham Park, PPE Casino Resorts and Penn National Gaming -- the three developers vying for the license -- will present before the Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Monday. / PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE EWENS
TWIN RIVER CASINO, the largest slots parlor in Rhode Island, will face direct competition from the winner of Massachusetts' sole slots parlor license. Raynham Park, PPE Casino Resorts and Penn National Gaming -- the three developers vying for the license -- will present before the Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Monday. / PBN FILE PHOTO/STEPHANIE EWENS
BOSTON – Three casino developers competing for Massachusetts’ sole slots-parlor license will each deliver a 90-minute presentation to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission on Monday, the Taunton Gazette reported. Raynham Park, PPE Casino Resorts and Penn National Gaming submitted their final applications before Friday’s deadline, and must now pitch their proposals to the gaming commission. PPE…

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