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Which MI casinos offer online gambling?

More competition means more value for players

The Lawful Sports Betting Act allows the three commercial casinos in Detroit, as well as all tribal casinos in the state, to offer both retail and online wagering. Each operator is allowed a single online/mobile partner. There are 12 tribes with gaming compacts with Michigan, with some of the tribes operating multiple casinos. With each tribe allowed one online sports partner, there can be a maximum 15 online/mobile  brands active in Michigan, per the legislation

Under the law, the same casinos can offer online casino gaming. The bill gives each operator the right to have one skin for online poker and a skin for online casino. That’s three online gambling skins in total per operator.

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Greektown CasinoBarstool SportsbookBarstool Casino
MGM Grand DetroitBetMGM SportsbookBetMGM Casino
Little River CasinoBetRivers SportsbookBetRivers Casino
Bay Mills Resort CasinoDraftKings SportsbookDraftKings Casino
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frequently asked questions

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Online casino, sportsbooks, and poker officially went live in January 2021.

No, you don’t have to live in MI to gamble online, you can simply be visiting the state and play. In fact you can just be passing through, place a few bets and then leave, although once you’re outside the state’s borders, operators will block you from continuing your play.

Absolutely. Almost all MI online gambling sites offer a mobile version of their software via Android or iOS devices, meaning you can play on the go wherever you may be inside the state. In fact, many bettors prefer wagering from their phones, due to the clean user interfaces provided by operators.

No, unlike other states, there is no requirement that you travel to the casino in order to set up your account. Just click through any of the links on this website and you can sign up and play immediately. 

Apart from being inside Michigan, patrons must be at least 21 years of age in order to create accounts and bet real money. Operators will check your identity before allowing you to sign up to make sure you are not underage.

Yes, you may make deposits and withdrawals even if you are outside of the state. That means, you could deposit from a neighboring state, drive into MI, make a few sports bets, then drive back home. If your bets are winners you would then be able to cash out without going back inside Michigan.

You may wager on any major professional or collegiate sport that the Michigan Gaming Control Board approves at the request of operators.

This includes but is not limited to all major U.S. professional sports leagues, loads of foreign leagues, collegiate sporting events and more.

Mi online gambling sites are overseen by the Michigan Gaming Control Board, the same entity which regulates the retail casinos in the state. 

Online operators  must comply with very strict rules or their license can be revoked.

While online gambling is now legal in Michigan, there still exist predatory offshore sites which are totally unregulated. To be sure you are playing at a fully legal site, stick to any of the operators listed on this website or check the list of legal sites on MI’s gaming board website. You will never find an illegal site advertised here.

Yes! While you should be careful not to overextend yourself and play outside of your means, you can absolutely sign up for several different MI online gambling sites and take advantage of multiple welcome bonuses.

Michigan Online Gambling History

How Michigan legalized online gambling

For more than half a decade, several parties pursued bringing legal and regulated online casino gaming to the state. The effort began with the idea that Michigan might become an online poker-only market, but New Jersey changed the calculus when it authorized a full array of online casino gaming in 2013.

Efforts in Michigan then evolved, shifting gears to consider online slots and table games along with poker. The push inside the Wolverine state was once spearheaded in the Senate by former lawmaker Sen. Mike Kowall. Upon his retirement, the efforts were handed off to State Rep. Brandt Iden in the House. The home base for the legislation had moved from one chamber to the other, but the plan was effectively the same.

After years of work, Iden was able to receive bipartisan support for both online casino and online sports wagering in late 2018, just a handful of months after the US Supreme Court overturned PASPA. Thanks to that high court ruling, the activity was now included in Michigan’s online gaming efforts.

But despite the successful passage of the gaming expansion package, former Gov. Rick Snyder, who was set to leave office, vetoed the bills on his way out the door. It came as a surprise to many, including Iden.

Snyder explained that he wanted to let the next governor, former state lawmaker Gretchen Whitmer, make the call. He said in a veto letter that the legislation had major implications for the state’s School Aid Fund, a reasoning that Whitmer agreed with.

The legislation faced hurdles in 2019 thanks to the fund, which is largely reliant on the lottery. Fortunately, it was all hashed out, with Whitmer agreeing to a lower tax rate for sports in exchange for a higher rate on online casino.

The Michigan Lottery began offering its games online in 2014, an offering that has continued to grow. While the emergence of online lottery gaming in Michigan paved the way for online casino, it was the lottery that ended up holding back iCasino near the end of the windy road that was the legislative process.

In order to reach a compromise with Whitmer, who was once opposed to online casino gaming altogether, the tax rate for online casino had to be raised significantly, relative to what passed the legislature in 2018. The devil was in the details.

On Dec. 13, Gov. Whitmer signed the gambling expansion bills, paving the way for state casinos to offer their gambling games online. Michigan online gambling sites officially launched in January 2021.

Date legalized

December 2019

Industry launch date

January 2021

Who can play

You must be 21 or older and be physically present in Michigan

Who regulates it

The Michigan Gaming Control Board

Betting availability

On any internet connected device, including desktops, smartphones and tablets

Casino tax rate

20% - 28% of adjusted gross income. Detroit casinos kick in an extra 1.25%

Sportsbook tax rate

8.4% on adjusted sports betting receipts. Detroit casino pay an extra 1.25%

Application/Licensing fee

$50k application fee, $100k 5-year license fee, and $50k annual renewal fee

Where the taxes go

65% goes to the Internet Gambling Fund, which funnels much of the money into the Michigan School Aid Fund

Brand skins

Casino, sportsbook and poker operators may have one skin (brand) each