NEW BUFFALO, Michigan – The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi announced the Michigan Gaming Control Board’s approval to launch online gaming and sports betting at Four Winds casinos on Monday.
From noon, a total of 12 casinos will have state authorization to participate.
Online gaming and sports betting launched in Michigan in January and is expected to generate nearly $ 90 million in tax revenue in the first year alone.
Michiganders can start playing here. Participants must be 21 years or older and be in Michigan.
“COVID-19 has increased interest in providing online access and convenience for customers in a variety of industries, and gaming is no different,” said Matthew Wesaw, chairman and CEO of the Pokagon Gaming Authority’s Tribal Council, ” The Pokagon Gaming Authority and our Casino Operations team have been planning to approve online gaming and sports betting for some time and we are very excited that we can now offer our guests this new and exciting entertainment experience.
Guests can play a variety of games while also making the same sports bets online as at Four Winds casinos.