Detroit's commercial casinos still struggling with 15% capacity limits as Michigan moves closer to launching online gambling and sports betting.
Detroit casinos do better than expected in first month since pandemic shutdown despite 15% capacity limit.
Michigan okays Detroit's three casinos to reopen on August 5 after nearly five months of COVID-19 closure, but news comes too late for many staff.
Detroit's three commercial casinos will face tough limits during 'initial reopening' after pandemic lockdown, including only 15% capacity rule.
Mayor Mike Duggan doesn’t want casinos operating until a vaccine or some type of coronavirus cure can be found, adding that this could take as long as a year.
Revenues continue to increase at Detroit casinos, and they could go a bit higher as sports betting is due to start very shortly.
The MLB is in a tricky situation where it must decide if an MLB team owner can also be a sports book operator, accepting bets on her own team.
Detroit's three commercial casinos set new revenue record in 2019; Scientific Games inks online gambling and sports betting deal with Firekeepers Casino.
MGM Grand Detroit casino opens sports lounge without any legal betting, while Rep. Brandt Iden preps new sports betting legislation.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board has authorized the sale of The Greektown Casino in Detroit, Michigan to Penn National and VICI Properties.