Massachusetts: Casino gaming revenues take nosedive amid shutdowns Peter Goonan, MassLive · April 16, 2020 at 7:29 am The three casinos in Massachusetts reported a nosedive in gross gaming revenues in March thanks to the mid-month closing prompted by the coronavirus pandemic. But the worst is still yet to come. Gross gaming revenues dramatically dropped at the MGM Springfield, Encore Boston Harbor and Plainridge Park casinos directly tied to the shutdown of all three facilities that began on March 15, as ordered by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission and Gov. Charlie Baker. The gross gaming revenues for the casinos for the month of March were less than half of what they made in February. Encore Boston Harbor reported $20,525,175.42; MGM Springfield, $9,328,326.66; and Plainridge Park, $4,756.695.12, according to the commission.