Which Michigan Online Casino Has The Most Games Right Now?

Written By Matt Schoch on February 24, 2021 - Last Updated on March 24, 2021

We here at PlayMichigan were amazed at the variety of online games available when the apps finally arrived in January. But which online casino in Michigan boasts the most games?

Nine online casinos launched on Jan. 22 with PokerStars Casino coming a week later. Barstool Casino launched on Feb. 1 followed by Four Winds on Feb. 15. FireKeepers Casino, Parx Casino, PointsBet and Soaring Eagle are expected to launch sometime this year, too.

This means that when you play online casino games in Michigan, you won’t have any issues finding a game that suits you best.

Does it matter how many games an online casino has? Sure. The more options, the better the chance one of those titles will grab your attention. BetMGM, which lead the rest of the field in January online casino revenue, has more exclusive games than its competitors and more games in general — barely. The brand boasts 147 total games, while BetRivers is second with 146.

Here’s a rundown of the 11 online casinos in Michigan, how many games they offer, and a few comments about the app itself. We will update this list periodically as new games are added to the sites.

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Total games at Michigan’s 11 online casinos

1. BetMGM Casino

  • Total games: 147
  • Total slots: 129
  • Total table games: 18
  • Video poker: 6
  • Exclusive games: Double Ruby, Loot’En Khamun: The Dead Sea Scrolls, MGM Grand Millions progressive jackpot, Premium Blackjack Pro
  • Notable: One game is one game, but it’s enough for BetMGM Casino to say it has the most. The amount of exclusive games is probably more notable though, and we only list a few here. One of them (MGM Grand Millions) had a jackpot approaching $500,000 as of Wednesday.

2. BetRivers Casino

  • Total games: 146
  • Total slots: 124
  • Total table games: 18
  • Video poker: 4
  • Exclusive games: Cash Machine
  • Notable: Interesting that you can sort slot titles by the game studio (such as IGT or NetEnt), though we’re not sure how much consumers care about which supplier’s game they are playing. While playing at BetRivers Michigan, the site also gives constant free Bingo entries.

3. TwinSpires Casino

  • Total games: 142
  • Total slots: 119
  • Total table games: 23
  • Video poker: 10
  • Exclusive games: None
  • Notable: There are lots of games here, including the most video poker options. TwinSpires notes which of the titles are “HOT” and “POPULAR” and, sadly, we are neither.

4. DraftKings Casino

  • Total games: 138
  • Total slots: 91
  • Total table games: 47
  • Video poker: 8
  • Exclusive games: Detroit Pistons Blackjack, DraftKings Pride Blackjack
  • Notable: The Pistons blackjack game is one-of-a-kind to the market. It’s regular blackjack with the Pistons logo and court as part of the display, and we’ll admit… we tried it. DraftKings online casino also offers occasional late-night bonus offers.

5. WynnBet Casino

  • Total games: 122
  • Total slots: 101
  • Total table games: 21
  • Video poker: 6
  • Exclusive games: None
  • Notable: Six of the 10 popular games here are table games as opposed to playing online slots. We’ll see if the Michigan Gaming Control Board in the future offers data about the state’s online casino market and which game types are more popular. In the meantime, WynnBet online isn’t as packed with games as other sites in the state. But it definitely has options.

6. FanDuel Casino

  • Total games: 108
  • Total slots: 90
  • Total table games: 18
  • Video poker: 6
  • Exclusive games: None
  • Notable: FanDuel Casino in Michigan features weekly promos for the “Game of the Week.” This week, you can earn $5 of free play after wagering $100 on Red Hot Tamales.

7. Four Winds Casino

  • Total games: 103
  • Total slots: 84
  • Total table games: 19
  • Video poker: 4
  • Exclusive games: None
  • Notable: The first of three tribal casinos to offer self-branded online products, Four Winds has a standard offering of slot titles, such as Cleopatra. Zappit Blackjack from SG Digital headlines the table games option.

8. Golden Nugget Casino

  • Total games: 94
  • Total slots: 84
  • Total table games: 10
  • Video poker: 2
  • Exclusive games: Golden Nugget Stepper, Red Alert
  • Notable: The platform notes that all games are mobile-friendly and also has a Scratchers category, featuring Foxin’ Wins Reveal and Gorilla Go Wild Reveal. Golden Nugget casino also offers a variety of weekly, monthly, and annual leaderboard events and bonuses. Will it climb to the top of the game count in Michigan as it did in New Jersey?

9. Barstool Casino

  • Total games: 81
  • Total slots: 66
  • Total table games: 15
  • Video poker: 6
  • Exclusive games: None
  • Notable: We wonder what the plan is for leveraging the Barstool brand and personalities to the casino platform going forward. And how long implementation will take. But until then, an OK start for the first Barstool Casino app in the US.

10. PokerStars Casino

  • Total games: 58
  • Total slots: 50
  • Total table games: 8
  • Video poker: 1
  • Exclusive games: FireBull, Lion Storm, Flamin’ Elle, Wilbur’s Wild Wonderland, Frog of Fortune, Stars Classic Slot, Thunder Bear
  • Notable: The only platform connected to a live online poker site, poker players often earn rewards credits they can use at the PokerStars casino app.

11. William Hill Casino

  • Total games: 17
  • Total slots: 12
  • Total table games: 5
  • Video poker: 1
  • Exclusive games: None
  • Notable: Not a lot of games! We’ll keep an eye on the William Hill casino app, though, to see if they will be expanding offerings soon. The sister casino in New Jersey got its start in 2020 and boasts just 44 games.
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A Michigan native, Matt has worked at newspapers in Michigan, Missouri and the Virgin Islands. A versatile sports reporter, Matt has covered sailing on the Great Lakes, cricket in the Caribbean, high school and pro playoffs, and the Olympics in Rio. He's also the host of the Locked On Pistons Podcast and producer of a documentary on Emoni Bates. A former blackjack dealer, Matt has studied the industry from all sides.

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