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The Bureau of Investigation and Enforcement (IEB) of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC) evaluated
MGM Springfield agreed to a $45,000 civil administrative fine for a number of incidents resulting in the availability of gaming venues and games to people under the age of 21.
The incident took place at MGM Springfield from June to December 2022.
MGM Springfield has self-reported a number of incidents and has responded and cooperated with the IEB. MGM Springfield has put in place a number of improvements to prevent future cases, including enhanced training, additional handrails separating the game floor, and additional security podiums for the game area.
MGC’s game laws and regulations put underage protection first within the casino environment, and the IEB therefore evaluates these civil administrative penalties.
“We are grateful that MGM Springfield self-reported their continued collaboration to implement many of these cases and enhanced practices to prevent similar events in the future,” said Kathleen Kramer, a senior executive adviser. “IEB will continue to monitor MGM Springfield’s compliance with game regulations and regulations and the improvements they have taken.”