Nine Michigan casinos and their platform providers cleared to launch online sports betting and casino offering at noon on January 22.
Detroit's three casinos report 2020 revenue down 56% year-on-year; Michigan online betting, iGaming launch expected by month's end.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed legislation authorizing interstate online poker player liquidity sharing.
Michigan gambling regulator approves first 15 licenses for casinos' sports betting/iGaming platform providers.
Michigan's online casino and sports betting plans inch closer to launch after key legislative committee waives right to delay regulations.
The three commercial casinos in Detroit will take a three-week vacation due to a spike in coronavirus cases.
Indiana, Iowa and Detroit set sports betting handle and revenue records in October, while West Virginia's numbers fall.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board rewrites the rules on what it means when gamblers add their names to self-exclusion lists.
Detroit's commercial casinos still struggling with 15% capacity limits as Michigan moves closer to launching online gambling and sports betting.
The casino operator is teaming up with GAN to launch online gaming in the state.