Michigan Gaming Control Board News

24 Aug 2023
Authorities confiscated 48 computers used to play slot-style games and two gaming machines allegedly used for illegal gambling, plus $13,260 in suspected gambling proceeds from the location.
15 Aug 2023
This morning during their regularly scheduled public meeting, the Michigan Gaming Control Board unanimously voted to approve the one-year renewal of the licenses for the three authorized Detroit casinos
2 Aug 2023
The recognition came for Don’t Regret the Bet, which is the board's responsible gaming messaging campaign that launched in March 2023.
7 Jul 2023
The combined iGaming and internet sports betting Adjusted Gross Receipts totaled $146.1 million, which is an increase from June 2022.
30 Jun 2023
An allocated $3 million of ongoing, annual funding will support the continuation of the MGCB’s “Don’t Regret the Bet” responsible gaming messaging campaign.
29 Jun 2023
A coin-pusher machine was confiscated after persons in charge at the Michigan Sunoco failed to comply with a cease-and-desist letter personally served on 8 March.
4 May 2023
The Michigan Gaming Control Board joined a coalition of seven gaming states to urge US Department of Justice to make combatting illegal, offshore sportsbooks and online casinos a priority.
6 Apr 2023
Connie Durham agreed to forfeit $6,012 in cash and gift cards and 37 gaming machines and computers confiscated from her former business.
6 Apr 2023
Executive Director Henry Williams now hosts a monthly podcast exploring gaming industry-related topics, including responsible gaming, industry news, trends and more.
10 Mar 2023
To date the MGCB has not received a formal request regarding wagering on wrestling events.
6 Mar 2023
Don’t Regret the Bet aims to encourage Michigan residents to wager responsibly when placing bets using the state’s many legal, regulated forms of gaming.
1 Mar 2023
It’s smart to keep control of your bankroll by planning your moves to limit wagering during March Madness or any other time of the year, advises the Michigan Gaming Control Board.
22 Feb 2023
Investigators seized computers, slot-style gaming machines, a coin pusher machine and more than $23,000 in related cash last week.
7 Feb 2023
The Michigan Gaming Control Board came to this decision after the original provider Twin Spires exited the business last year.
2 Feb 2023
Charitable millionaire party fundraisers will now be funded by the Internet Gaming Fund, which will provide a more sustainable source of revenue.
30 Jan 2023
The funding source will change from charitable gaming license fees and tickets sales to the Internet Gaming Fund as of March 2023.