Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed Michigan online gaming legislation that found an unlikely compromise between tribal and commercial casinos.
There was big online gaming news out of Michigan last night. Legislators passed the Lawful Internet Gaming Act for and it now sits on the governor’s desk.
A study measured Gun Lake Tribe’s impact, and the results show the tribal casino and its businesses contributed $1.5 billion to the Michigan economy.
Integrity fees are once again making headlines as a Michigan online gaming bill makes its way through the legislative process.
Dan Gilbert sold Greektown Casino-Hotel in Detroit, Michigan to Penn National and Vici Properties in a deal valued at $1 billion.
Online casino gaming had a decent election night at the Michigan polls. While legislation wasn’t on the ballot in MI, the future of it might have been.
Sports Creek Raceway announced that it has applied for a track and race meeting license with the Michigan Gaming Control Board
Matt Stammen outlasted 1,271 entries to become the 2018 MSPT Michigan State Poker Champion and collected $218,565 for his efforts.
Detroit, Michigan casino revenue for September 2018 was $115 million, a figure that represents a 1.4 percent increase when compared to September 2017.
State, Rep. Brandt Iden, a Republican and supporter of legal sports betting in Michigan, is in a heated race to keep his seat in November elections.