Coronavirus vs. Casinos (YouTube Live) | Massachusetts Slots in 2020
As coronavirus cases rise in the U.S., entertainment businesses will see fewer visitors as people avoid crowds. In this live Q&A session, we discuss what various levels of reduced attendance might mean for casinos. How might they choose to protect their gaming income and player’s health? Plus, Massachusetts slots in 2020.
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Quick Episode Summary
- Intro (0:00)
- Coronavirus and Playing Slot Machines at Casinos (Live Q&A) (0:56)
- Massachusetts Slot Machine Casino Gambling in 2020 (1:04:16)
- Relevant Legal Statutes on Gambling in Massachusetts
- Slot Machine Private Ownership in Massachusetts
- Gaming Control Board in Massachusetts
- Casinos in Massachusetts
- Non-Tribal Casinos in Massachusetts
- American Indian Casinos in Massachusetts
- Other Gambling Establishments
- Our Massachusetts Slots Community Facebook Group
- Payout Returns in Massachusetts
- Annual Progress in Massachusetts
- Closing (1:10:51)
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