Missouri Gaming – Articles

News Break: Missouri casinos promote Responsible Gaming Education Week

Missouri casino employees are partnering with the American Gaming Association to celebrate the casino industry’s 23rd annual Responsible Gaming Education Week, recognized this week through Saturday. Responsible Gaming Education Week was created by the American Gaming Association in 1998 to increase awareness of problem gambling issues and promote responsible gaming....

Casino City Times: Four scholarships awarded by the Missouri Gaming Association

(PRESS RELEASE) — Four Missouri high school seniors have been selected to receive college scholarships through the 24th annual Project 21 Scholarship competition sponsored by the Missouri Gaming Association, the statewide professional association of the Missouri casino industry. The Missouri Gaming Association awards one $2,500 scholarship and three $1,500 scholarships,...

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Missouri health chief pulls plug on gas station gambling machines over virus fears

Dr. Randall Williams, director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Shannon, at a hearing on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019, at the Wainwright State Office Building in St. Louis. Photo by Laurie Skrivan, lskrivan@post-dispatch.com  JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri lawmakers and county prosecutors have been unable or unwilling to stop...

Shut Down Illegal Slot Machines

Missouri’s 13 casinos went dark on March 17, closed alongside so many public establishments to protect the health of casino employees and patrons during the COVID-19 pandemic.  We understand that this decision, made by Gov. Mike Parson in consultation with the Missouri Gaming Commission, was a difficult one. After all,...

Delta Dunklin Democrat: Missouri Gaming Association’s Project 21 scholarship applications now available- deadline March 1

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The March 1, 2020 deadline is approaching for the Missouri Gaming Association’s 24th annual Project 21 scholarship competition. The Project 21 scholarship program encourages students to learn and educate their peers on the illegality, dangers and consequences of underage gambling. Students must write and publish an...

Sedalia Democrat: Missouri Gaming offering scholarships

The Missouri Gaming Association, the statewide professional association of the Missouri casino industry, is inviting high school seniors to enter the 24th annual Project 21 scholarship competition. This year, one $2,500 first prize scholarship and three $1,500 second prize scholarships will be awarded. The Project 21 scholarship program encourages students...

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