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Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB)

The Michigan Gaming Control Board provides for the licensing, regulation and control of casino gaming operations at the Detroit commercial casinos. It also licenses and regulates the casinos' gaming equipment manufacturers and distributors, suppliers and employees. Additionally, the agency regulates pari-mutuel horse racing and casino-style charitable gaming.

3062 West Grand Boulevard
Suite L-700
Detroit, Michigan 48202-6062
United States

Main Phone:
(313) 456-4100
(313) 456-4200


Social Media:

Linda Forte
Carla Schulte
Deputy Director, Casino Operations
Henry Williams
Executive Director
David Murley
Deputy Director, Online Gaming & Legal Affairs
Deidre A. Lambert-Bounds
Board Member
Lisa Keith
Media Contact
Andrew T. Palms
Board Member
Robert Simon
Deputy Director, Administration
Joni M. Thrower Davis
Board Member
Kurt Steinkamp
Deputy Director, Licensing & Investigations
Properties Regulated
All Star Poker Room Krazy Kopz at Vision Lanes Roundtree Poker Room
American Legion Post 267 Legends Poker Place of Metamora Saginaw Poker Room
Burton Eagles Poker Room MGM Grand Detroit Casino The Event Spot Poker Room
Caspian Gaastra Fire Hall Momo's Poker Room Thompson Poker Room
Ciccarelli's Charity Poker Room MotorCity Casino VFW 1008
DiCicco’s Lounge and Poker Room Northway Lanes & Billiards Waterford Card Room
Hollywood Casino at Greektown One Eyed Jacks Poker Lounge Westgate Bowl
Huron Poker Room
Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) News
Michigan Gaming Control Board continues to combat illegal gambling machines
3 Apr 2024
The Michigan Gaming Control Board continued to identify and remove casino-style gaming machines last year from businesses and dismantle illicit gambling operations. read more »

MGCB investigation of Flint storefront casino leads to two arraigned
15 Mar 2024
Two defendants accused of operating a Flint storefront casino were recently arraigned on eight charges in 67th District Court located at 630 South Saginaw Street in Flint. read more »

Michigan adopts 1-800-GAMBLER as statewide problem gambling helpline
9 Feb 2024
Online providers operating in Michigan will be required to display the 1-800-GAMBLER number as part of their responsible gaming messages and update any existing listed helpline numbers by 8 August. read more »