The Massachusetts Gaming Commission settled a lawsuit with Wynn in February, obtaining a report about Wynn's history of sexual misconduct and allowing the organization to continue their investigation into whether or not the company is fit to run a casino in their state.
Following a three-day critical hearing last week during which MA gaming regulators heard Wynn executives, among others, on why the company should keep its license in the state, MassGaming is now assessing all the information it has collected to make a final decision.
The series of hearings opening Tuesday at Boston have consequences for the Las Vegas company's MA casino permit and Encore Boston Harbor, the $2.6 billion hotel in Everett it plans to start in June.
MA gambling labs are holding hearings and releasing a research to Wynn Resorts handled allegations of sexual misconduct.
The suggestion came down in a 49-page legal brief the company filed with the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, according to the Review-Journal. The ban would include the Las Vegas properties Wynn Built in Las Vegas in the early 2000's.
Nevada Gaming Control Board has confirmed to Wynn Resorts that, following its investigation into allegations against its its co-founder, there is sufficient evidence to suggest that its current CEO Matt Maddox is "found suitable as an officer of Wynn Resorts, Limited in Nevada in January 2010, and remains in good standing with the Nevada Gaming Control Board".
Wynn Resorts has had an eventful week as the company initiated and then called off talks over the potential acquisition of Australian casino operator Crown Resorts for $7.1 billion.
Wynn Resorts has received a much-needed boost in the wake of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission's recent three-day license hearing, with the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) officially declaring CEO Matt Maddox suitable to hold office.