- US Online Poker
- US Online Casinos
- US Online Sports Betting
Michigan online gambling is less than a month old, but three operators are already dominating the new market.
PokerStars COOPs typically run in the fall, but Michigan is celebrating its...
PokerStars now holds a monopoly on online poker in two states, having...
Jan. 22, 2021, is launch day for Michigan online casinos and sportsbooks,...
The Michigan Gaming Control Board meets Tuesday to take care of last-minute red tape and provide answers to burning questions about the upcoming launch.
Michigan online poker players are one step closer to being able to take part in tournaments and cash games that involve players in other states....
Michigan's online gambling launch has been delayed yet again, until mid-January, but most operators have now received their provisional licenses.
Online casino gambling and mobile sportsbooks might be mere weeks away in Michigan, as JCAR says it will approve the iGaming rules on December 1.
Michigan residents who've requested permanent self-exclusion from Detroit casinos can now apply to be removed from the list after 5 years.
Wynn will be the online brand working with tech supplier GAN and Kewadin in MI, where the trio expects to be among the first to...
Michigan senators have passed SB 991, which would allow the state to form compacts with other regulators for the sharing of online poker traffic.
Two iGaming hearings in Michigan passed without event this week, bringing the state closer to launching online casinos, poker, and sportsbooks.
An interstate online poker bill goes to the Michigan Senate, while a hearing on online gambling draft rules will take place this week.
Today, Michigan lawmakers will hold a public hearing on a bill which would open the door for the regulator to enter interstate compacts for poker.
Having authorized Gaming Laboratories International to begin testing, Michigan has taken one more step closer to getting iGaming off the ground within 2020.
It's still a toss up whether Michigan iGaming will come in late 2020 or early 2021, but the next major step on the road will...
Michigan is launching online casino, poker and sports betting soon. How will it stack up against Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
A fall launch for Michigan iGaming is looking less likely as the regulator now faces a new bureaucratic hurdle courtesy of the FBI.
BetAmerica, which offers online casino gambling and sports betting in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, is coming soon to Michigan.
Online casinos and poker sites are closer to reality in Michigan, as regulators have submitted a revised draft of proposed rules for internet gambling.
As it prepares to take its online gambling division public, Golden Nugget has secured access to Michigan in partnership with the Keweenaw Bay Indians.
Although a new bill seeks to expedite the process, the Michigan Gaming Control Board is aiming to launch online gambling this fall.
DraftKings is positioned to offer retail and online sports betting in Michigan in partnership with the Bay Mills Indian Community.
Regulators in Michigan have opened the licensure process to online gambling suppliers, inching toward a go-live date that remains in flux.