Michigan Online Sports Betting Could Launch in Days

The wait is nearly over: Michigan online sports betting is finally close to launching.

It’s about time. MI sports betting and iGaming were legalized late in 2019, and retail sports betting launched in March.

A drawn-out rules process eventually wrapped in December. While there were hopes the market would launch last month, it now sounds like operators will definitely be prepared to take Super Bowl bets online.

“We could have an announcement this week,” Michigan Gaming Control Board Executive Director Richard Kalm said at this week’s board meeting.

“We’re very close,” he added later.

Here are the 15 sportsbooks in Michigan…

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