Three Michigan sports betting bills have been sitting in legislative committees for months, and no change to that situation seems imminent.
Anti-gambling advocates would be pleased to know that Michigan ranks near the bottom of most addictive gambling states, according to a new study.
Detroit, Michigan’s 3 casinos had record-setting March 2019. Combined, they pulled in $140.3 million in aggregated gaming revenue, according to the MGCB.
Rep. Brandt Iden has reintroduced a bill that could push online gamlbing and sports betting legalization further in Michigan.
Just like December 2018, Detroit, Michigan’s three casinos–MGM Grand Detroit, Greektown and MotorCity–recorded a slight revenue increase in January 2019.
With Super Bowl 53 in the books, the Michigan Lottery has released a new “sports-themed virtual scratch ticket” to appeal to existing and new players.
Despite the crumbling of Michigan online gaming at the tail end of 2018, the bill’s key sponsor plans to reintroduce a new bill later this year. Representative Brandt Iden, author of H 4926, said he is confident that a bill …
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.