Michigan’s commercial casino managed to hit the $105548 mark in revenues accruing from retail sports betting in their first few weeks of legal betting, before the Coronavirus pandemic halted operations.

Regulated sports betting in Michigan began on the 11th of March, but was forced into closure five days later after the state order all casino establishments to close in an effort to quash the spread of COVID-19.

Further, consumers in Michigan have little in the way of sporting activities to wager on, since nearly all events were cancelled. Detroit’s MGM posted close to $84695 in betting revenues, Penn’s Greektown Casino followed closely with $15904, while the MotorCity casino came in third with about $4949.

Source: https://www.igamingbusiness.com/news/michigan-sports-betting-revenue-hits-105548-debut-month

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