Ten days. That’s how much data we have on the Michigan sports betting and online casino market after the Michigan Gaming Control Board released the January revenue report. That tiny snippet is already eliciting plenty of takes, but what can this limited information tell us?
Another online gambling partnership has come to light in the Wolverine State, following the Michigan Gaming Control Board’s licensing approval of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and its partner Pala Interactive.
The somewhat unexpected launch of PokerStars Michigan makes the Wolverine State the third state of consequence with legal online poker in the US. Thus far, the Michigan online poker market has followed its predecessors, as it’s off to a fast start. According to PokerFuse.com, PokerStars Michigan is the largest online poker site (based on traffic)…
It’s safe to say that Penn National Gaming is fully committed to Barstool Sports. The Barstool brand dominated Penn’s Q4 earnings presentation, with the company’s recent Michigan launch acting as a focal point for Barstool’s current and future successes in the US gambling industry.
Michigan online gambling had an impressive debut. The state’s mobile sports betting apps and online casinos went live on Friday and suffice it to say, the market delivered. According to a press release by Conscious Gaming, Michigan was “the busiest legal sports betting state in its first weekend, based on geolocation transaction data.” That bodes…
And here comes Michigan. The first wave of the Wolverine State’s online casinos and mobile sports betting apps went live today, making Michigan the fifth state to offer legal, regulated online casino games and the thirteenth state with mobile sports betting.
Today, the Michigan Gambling Control Board (MGCB) announced that mobile sports betting and online gambling will begin on Friday, January 22nd.