Michigan Gaming Control Board accepting licence applications ahead of market legalisation expected in 2021.
US.- Michigan has begun the process of accepting online supplier licence applications ahead of legal online gambling in the state.
Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) Executive Director, Richard S. Kalm said: “We’ve taken another step toward the launch of online gaming by beginning the licensing process.
“The MGCB encourages suppliers to file applications soon so we can conduct investigations and issue provisional licenses, which are allowed under state law.
“We continue to make progress on rule promulgation for internet gaming and online sports betting. While we expect to launch these forms of betting by early 2021, we hope it can happen sooner.”
Earlier this month, Michigan began the process of allowing online bets for horse racing for gamblers in the state.