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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.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board is reviewing applications for online gambling operators, vendors, and suppliers in anticipation of a late-2020 launch.
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.
Michigan Rep. Brandt Iden says shared liquidity is being discussed but faces pushback from the state lottery and Gov. Whitmer.
The British betting giant announced its plans to offer online gambling in Michigan in partnership with the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians.
The success of the Michigan online lottery may have been a factor in the state's decision to pursue other forms of online gambling.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board estimates the rule-making process for online poker, casino gambling, and sports betting will take about a year.
Legal online poker is coming to Michigan! Gov. Whitmer has signed a package of gambling bills, including online casino gaming and sports betting.
A package of gaming bills — including online gambling — motored through the Michigan legislature Wednesday, tracking a course to the governor's desk.
The Michigan legislature is expected to pass a bill to legalize internet gambling this week after industry stakeholders and the governor came together.
A bill that would legalize online poker in Michigan is suddenly on the fast track to passage, according to a key Senate proponent.
Substantive discussions finally are under way to bridge the gap between Michigan casinos and the governor on internet gambling.
Before advancing the Lawful Internet Gaming Act through his House committee on Tuesday, Rep. Brandt Iden added a tiered tax structure that would reach as...
A Michigan lawmaker plans to continue pushing for passage of an online gambling bill, while also preparing for the possibility of another veto.
Michigan lawmaker says governor won't engage with him on iGaming but admits that dropping online slots might move the rest of the package forward.
The Michigan Treasury is requesting that online slots be removed from internet gaming legislation, while nearly doubling the recommended fees and taxes.
Michigan Rep. Brandt Iden is working on changes to his package of online gambling bills that he hopes will quell the concerns of the administration.
Michigan Sen. Curtis Hertel, who played a key role in getting the Lawful Internet Gaming Act passed last year, has a family connection to the...
It took all winter, but Michigan Rep. Brandt Iden has reintroduced his vetoed online gambling bill, which is scheduled for its first consideration.