Michigan gaming news might be slow, but some interesting tidbits in the headlines include casinos, drumlins and decades-old legal battles.
Detroit casino revenue saw a recent increase in both month-over-month and year-over-year figures in a report by Michigan Gaming Control Board.
After using a malfunctioning terminal, a Michigan resident nearly tossed her lottery ticket in the trash. After checking it one more time, she’s $50,000 richer.
MGM, owner of the MGM Grand Detroit in Michigan, announced new strategic partnerships and shared intriguing plans for sports betting operation expansion.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) recently released June revenue numbers and it’s looking good for Detroit’s three casinos.
The Michigan Lottery’s 10-year contract extension with online technology provider IGT Global Solutions includes swanky new upgrades, terminals and software.
Most herald the US Supreme Court’s recent legalization of sports betting as a good thing. Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh has a different take.
Two men and a woman are allegedly responsible for a ring of carjackings that occurred around MGM Grand Casino during September 2017.
Moving the Lawful Internet Gaming Act through the House is a great first step, but expect the bill to face a tougher challenge in the Senate.