ADD A FINE TO WHAT THE NOW-DEFUNCT AAF LEAGUE HAS COST MGM

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 » MGM Resorts International’s Deal with the failed Alliance of American Football (AAF) has been cost the business money. The most recent AAF bill it’s currently needed to cover is a $500 fine levied against Borgata Atlantic City. The NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) levied the good against Borgata for accepting stakes on the league with no DGE approval. As per a letter that the DGE delivered to Borgata VP and General Counsel Patrick Mandamba

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