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Michigan casino
News 15-05-2020

Online Poker & Casino a Possibility for Michigan in 2020

Online Poker and Casinos could become an early possibility in Michigan, maybe even arriving this year. Many sectors across the United States are suffering due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The gambling industry, in particular, has been hammered. All land-based casinos were ordered to close in early March and have remained shut ever since. This means […]

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Michigan
News 14-03-2020

Sports betting now live in Michigan

The first legal bet has placed as Sports Betting finally takes off in Michigan. Michigan has become the latest in an ever-growing list of states to launch legal and regulated sports betting operations. Sports betting officially became active in the Great Lakes State after Penn National Gaming’s Greektown Casino and the MGM Grand Detroit opened […]

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MotorCity Casino
News 06-03-2020

FanDuel Partners Detroit Casino For Michigan Access

Legal sports betting (retail at least) is coming soon to Michigan and FanDuel has moved to secure its market access via a deal with MotorCity Casino, Detroit. As is the case in other states that have legalized sports betting, operators must partner with authorized casinos to offer betting action and, under Michigan law, each of […]

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Turtle Creek Casino and Hotel
News 26-02-2020

William Hill Seals Michigan Access

William Hill has sealed Michigan market access through a tribal gaming partner. The British-based operator announced on Monday that it plans to launch its sportsbook and casino apps in partnership with the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians (GTB), subject to regulatory approval by legislators in the state. In case you missed it, […]

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PointsBet
News 10-02-2020

Chiefs’ Late Rally Caps Excellent Week For PointsBet

The U.S. fortunes of PointsBet continue on the rise, highlighted by a recent spate of good news for the Australia-based bookmaker. PointsBet, which has offices in Denver, Colorado, boasts a cutting-edge sports betting app (iOS and Android) which is both quick and easy to use, as bettors in New Jersey have discovered ever since the […]

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Michigan has legalized sports betting
News 08-01-2020

Michigan Sports Betting Deals: PointsBet & Stars Group Move Swiftly

It’s all systems go for online sports and gaming in Michigan and operators have not been slow in positioning themselves to enter the newly regulated and legal market. Governor Gretchen Whitmer gave the green light after inking her name across a package of bills in December, effectively legalizing sports betting, poker, casino games and daily […]

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Michigan has legalized sports betting
Michigan news 24-12-2019

Santa Came Early In Michigan: Sports Betting Bill Becomes Law

Online sports betting is now legal in Michigan after Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a package of bills. That’s not all that was signed off as fantasy sports and online casino and poker have also been legalized, with officials hoping to have everything up and running by the 2020 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in March. As […]

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Sports betting heading to Michigan
News 09-12-2019

Michigan Sports Betting Legislation: “Signed Before Christmas”

Michigan is getting close to the legalization of sports betting, with one lawmaker suggesting a bill will be signed before Christmas. Bill sponsor Rep. Brandt Iden has been here before and, having seen his original bill vetoed by the out-going Governor in late 2018, he will be hoping there is no repeat this time around. […]

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Michigan
News 14-09-2019

Michigan Sports Betting Could Be Legal By Super Bowl

Thirteen states have legalized and regulated sports betting and Michigan is in the mix to join them – and in time for Super Bowl LIV if a certain lawmaker has his way. State Rep. Brandt Iden is the driving force behind efforts to legalize sports betting in the Wolverine State, having ushered through a bill […]

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Legal betting in the USA
News 12-09-2019

Benefits of using regulated sportsbooks

The passing into law of Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) in 1992, along with the advent of the internet, saw the rise of offshore betting operators and they still maintain a large share of the US betting market – revenue is estimated at between $2.5 billion to $3 billion. However, the repeal of […]

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