(WWLP) - Rush Street Gaming (Mass Gaming & Entertainment, LLC) and the Cordish Companies (PPE Casino Resorts) are both choosing to go after the Slots parlor license instead of resorts casino license. Elaine Driscoll, spokesperson for the Massachusetts Gaming Commission told this to 22News during a visit to the 22News studios on Tuesday.
Those two developers were the only applicants that did not let the Gaming Commission know their intentions when they initially applied for a license.
Below is the list of developers and their current intentions for a license.
- MGM Springfield - Resort Casino
- Penn National Gaming, Inc. - Resort Casino
- Plainridge Racecourse - Slots Parlor
- Hard Rock MA - Resort Casino
- Wynn, LLC - Resort Casino
- Mohegan Sun - Resort Casino
- Sterling Suffolk Racecourse - Resort Casino
- Raynham Park - Slots Parlor
- Mass Gaming Entertainment, LLC - Slots Parlor
- PPE Casino Resorts - Slots Parlot
- Crossroads Massachusetts, LLC - Resort Casino