NH Lottery Suspends Concord Casino’s License Following Administrative Hearing Ruling


Concord, NH – Independent hearing officer Michael King ruled yesterday the New Hampshire Lottery Commission has just cause to suspend the charitable gaming licenses of Anthony “Andy” Sanborn and the Concord Casino. King’s ruling suspends Concord Casino’s charitable gaming licenses for six months, as of January 1, 2024. According to King’s ruling, if the business is not sold during the six-month time period, the license will be revoked. Concord Casino must cease operations as of January 1, 2024.

To read the full ruling, visit: https://nhlottery.com/Files/PDFs/News/IMO-Concord-Casino-Decision.aspx
For the New Hampshire Lottery Commission’s Findings of Fact and Rulings of Law, visit: https://nhlottery.com/Files/PDFs/News/Divisions-Requested-Findings-of-Fact-and-Conclusio.aspx
“The New Hampshire Lottery is in receipt of Attorney King’s decision and thanks him for his efforts. The Commission is reviewing the decision and evaluating our options with the Attorney General’s office.”