Massachusetts asks prospective operators to submit notice of intent form

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In a statement accompanying the release of the form, the MGC said that the notice of intent does not serve as an application for a sports wagering licence and that a failure to apply does not preclude an organisation from applying at a future date.

The MGC stated that the form was to help the agency build a picture of the degree of interest it might expect in licensure:

“As the MGC continues to work to regulate and stand up sports wagering in Massachusetts, the MGC is requesting that any entity interested in obtaining a sports wagering license submit this notice of intent so a landscape of interest in sports wagering licences can come into focus.”

The announcement follows the 10 August news that state governor Charlie Baker had signed the Massachusetts Sports Wagering Act into law, legalising sports betting in the state, as well as appointing the MGC as the overseer of the new regulated market.

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