Detroit’s three commercial casinos saw revenue rise by 1.1 percent in 2017, but that number could have been significantly higher if the state had acted on online gambling.
It’s common for state lotteries to fund educational programs. In Michigan, the lottery goes above and beyond, thanks to its weekly Excellence In Education Award.
Michigan’s online gambling resurfaced for a committee vote last week. The bill quickly submerged after the vote and won’t be seen again until 2018.
“There’s always next year.” That’s the refrain already coming out of Michigan as the state’s online gaming legislation collects dust.
For the eighth time in 10 months, Detroit’s commercial casinos — MGM, Greektown, and MotorCity — posted year-over-year revenue increases.
To celebrate its 45th anniversary, the Michigan Lottery is offering free drawings and play via its website. Learn more about how to cash in on this offer.
At the start of 2017, Michigan was one of four states with online lottery. Soon, it will be one of six: Pennsylvania and New Hampshire have joined the club.
Battle Creek’s FireKeepers Casino has been a very hospitable stop for both the Mid-States Poker Tour and poker pro Chris Meyers.
Five Michiganders are going on a cruise thanks to a second-chance online drawing, and it will soon be easier than ever to win these kinds of prizes.
Even with a trip to Las Vegas and potential billion-dollar payday, the Michigan Lottery’s Golden Ticket game is struggling to sell tickets.