Sports betting in Michigan has had some negative outlook throughout the year, but despite its downsides, the industry has been pretty consistent. Declines have continued steadily over the course of months while improvements have also developed a noticeable pattern. In July, Michigan sportsbooks were largely positive where it mattered the most. The online industry pooled a revenue of $22.5 million, all from a wagering handle of $200.8 million.
According to data from the Michigan Gaming Control Board, the sports betting sector has consistently generated higher revenues despite poor wagering handle. And if this trend continues, the state may well be on course to set a new sports betting revenue record.