Latest Michigan Online Gambling News
Greektown Casino Escapes Liability for Negligence After Stabbing IncidentBy: Jessica Aletor
Two men were stabbed after an altercation in front of Greektown casino back in 2018. The Appeals Court in Michigan held that the casino was not liable for negligence, and this ruling may change the way we’ve known casino security.
888 Holdings Launches Sports Illustrated Casino After License ApprovalBy: Jessica Aletor
The Michigan Gaming Control Board has approved the license for Sports Illustrated Casino to replace the defunct TwinSpires Casino owned by the Hannahville Indian Community. This development brings the total number of casinos back to 15.
Players Advised to Bet Responsibly on the Super Bowl at Michigan SportsbooksBy: Jessica Aletor
The Super Bowl is set to take place on February 12, 2023, and in anticipation of one America’s most viewed and most bet-on event, the MGCB has advised that players gamble responsibly and avoid high-risk situations.
Four Michigan Casino Operators Set to Debut Red Tiger Timed Jackpot SlotsBy: Jessica Aletor
Red Tiger, a subsidiary of Evolution is set to launch its unique timed jackpot slot games in Michigan. Similarly, Konami Gaming has announced a partnership with Caesars Sportsbook & Casino, introducing its popular online slots through the operator.
Leadstar Media Expands Reach in the US With Michigan Sports Betting LicenseBy: Jessica Aletor
Leadstar Media has now been granted a sports betting license in Michigan after a series of expansion activities in North America. It seeks to tap into the Michigan sports betting market that made a total revenue of $418.6 million in 2022.
Retail Casinos Bring Back Both Buffets and Indoor Smoking Areas in MichiganBy: Jessica Aletor
Many Michigan casinos that previously had buffet dining options have reopened them after they were closed during the pandemic. Indoor smoking areas have also been reintroduced, sparking diverse reactions from Michigan players.
BetMGM Michigan Hits $1 Billion Total Revenue After Record Breaking 2022By: Jessica Aletor
BetMGM Michigan has crossed landmark revenue figures of $1 billion in just two years. The state made $2.7 billion, making it more successful than any other state in its first 48 months of operation.
Postponed Bills vs Bengals NFL Game Draws $330,000 Bet on Caesars SportsbookBy: Jessica Aletor
A Michigan bettor on the Caesars Sportsbook platform is looking to double his cash of $330,000 after placing a bet on the Bills to win in their upcoming match against the Bengals.
One-Time Powerball $1 Million Prize Winner Purchases Mega Millions Jackpot TicketBy: Jessica Aletor
After successful entries in recent time, more Michigan players, including former Powerball winner, purchase Mega Millions jackpot tickets. Elsewhere in Michigan, the jackpot prize for the Siberian Storm has hit over $566,000 amidst big wins from other online slots.
Michigan Becomes First US State to Feature NetGaming Titles After License ApprovalBy: Jessica Aletor
NetGaming secured a supplier license from the Michigan Gaming Control Board, marking the first step in its expansion plans to US markets. This license will bring the first Ape NFT slot title to Michigan players, among other perks.