Michigan Online Sports Betting – Legal MI Sportsbooks
MI Online Sports Betting - Legal Michigan Sportsbooks
Is Sports Betting Legal in Michigan?
Yes (as of May 1st, 2020).
On November 5th, 2019, the state of Colorado voted to allow the regulation of sports betting through licensed casinos. The bill catered to both in store betting as well as mobile and internet betting, meaning that sportsbooks will begin to operate within Colorado in the coming months.
Sports betting will officially become legal in Colorado on the 1st of May, 2020 and a few sportsbooks have already attained licenses to start operating in the state.
Best Sportsbooks in Colorado
The majority of sportsbooks are still in the process of setting up their platforms in Michigan, but we can expect these sits and apps to be live in mid-late 2020. The sportsbooks listed below have confirmed licenses in Michigan and will be opening soon.
Legal Requirements to Bet in Michigan
- In the state of Michigan, anyone who wishes to place a sports bet either online or in-store must be 21 years of age or older.
- If you have an account with a sportsbook in a different state and that same sportsbook launches in Michigan, you will be required to create a new account.
- You must be physically within the state borders to place a bet online. Online sportsbooks must have geo-location technology incorporated into their apps.
Best Sports Betting Apps in Michigan
Sports Betting in Person - Which MI Casinos Have Sportsbooks?
Some of the major Michigan casinos have already struck deals with online sportsbooks which will serve as the face of their sportsbetting industries. While you can use these subsidiaries to place bets online, you can also place bets in person at the casinos themselves.
A full list of casinos in Michigan can be seen below.
Greektown Casino Hotel
MGM Grand Detroit
MotorCity Casino Hotel
All Kewadin Casinos
Odawa Mackinaw City Casino
Odawa Petoskey Casino