Kewadin Casinos Lowers Age Minimum From 19 To 18 For All Five Locations

Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians is opening its UP properties to all adults
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The Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians has announced that it will lower the age minimum from 19 to 18 at its five Kewadin Casinos beginning on Wednesday.

“The decision to now lower the gaming age limit to 18 is a decision that gives all legal adults access to our gaming properties,” Kewadin Casinos CEO Allen Kerridge said. “Currently, several of Michigan’s tribal casinos allow legal adults to gamble at their casinos and this change will allow us to be consistent and competitive with those casinos.”

The decision to lower the age limit for patrons attending Kewadin Casinos does not change the minimum gaming age of 21 for online casino and sports betting patrons. The Michigan Gaming Control Board regulates online casino and sports betting age limits.

 

The five Kewadin Casinos — which are located in the Upper Peninsula towns of Sault Ste Marie, St. Ignace, Hessel, Manistique, and Christmas — have security located at each entrance where IDs are checked. Customers under the age of 21 are identified and security maintains a log to track those individuals. Kewadin servers and bartenders are also trained to identify and prevent underage drinking.

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