Online bookmaker PointsBet found a tribal casino partner to gain market access to the state of Michigan, following a similar play by TSG.
It's official. Michigan is heading toward regulated online casino gambling and sports betting under legislation signed by Gov. Whitmer.
On Thursday, Michigan collected its fourth unclaimed seven-figure lottery prize during 2019. The money goes to the School Aid Fund.
The next steps are concurrence in the House and a signature from the governor, after which sports betting and online gaming will be legal.
Online gaming bills similar to what the outgoing governor vetoed a year ago are now poised to become law, as is sports betting legislation.
Legislation introduced last week is at least the sixth bill to hit the table in Lansing that would ban revealing personal info about winners.
As Michigan lawmakers and other officials work on online gambling legislation, winnings for the Detroit casinos fell once again.