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.
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.
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.
Casino magnate Dan Gilbert is ready to turn in the keys to his casino properties, which include the Greektown Casino-Hotel in Detroit, Michigan.
Michigan gaming news might be slow, but some interesting tidbits in the headlines include casinos, drumlins and decades-old legal battles.
MGM, owner of the MGM Grand Detroit in Michigan, announced new strategic partnerships and shared intriguing plans for sports betting operation expansion.
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.
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.
Now that the Supreme Court has cleared the way for legalized sports betting, there is a new sense of urgency behind passing legislation in Michigan before neighboring states beat them to market.