Wondering when you can start sports betting in Michigan? We have the answer!

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Introduction

Sports betting is currently legal in Michigan. The state legalized sports betting in December 2019, and retail sportsbooks began operating in March 2020. Online and mobile sports betting is also available in Michigan.

What is the legal age to bet on sports in Michigan?

The legal age to bet on sports in Michigan is 21.

What types of sports betting are available in Michigan?

There are three main types of sports betting available in Michigan: online/mobile, retail, and tribal casinos.

Online/mobile sports betting is the most convenient way to bet, as you can do it from anywhere in the state as long as you have a supported device and an internet connection. There are many online sportsbooks available in Michigan, each with their own set of perks and features.

Retail sports betting is only available at certain physical locations, such as casinos, horse tracks, and officiated sports venues. In Michigan, there are currently only two retail sportsbooks open for business: MGM Grand Detroit and Greektown Casino. However, more are expected to open in the near future.

Tribal casinos are another type of physical location where you can bet on sports. In Michigan, there are 23 tribal casinos that offer sports betting.

Where can I bet on sports in Michigan?

You can bet on sports in Michigan at the three Detroit casinos, and at tribal casinos throughout the state. There are also online sports betting apps available.

How can I bet on sports in Michigan?

In Michigan, you can bet on sports through the Michigan Lottery. The Michigan Lottery offers online and retail sports betting. Online sports betting is available through the Michigan Lottery website and through the Michigan Lottery Mobile App. Retail sports betting is available at select retailers across the state.

To bet on sports online, you must be 18 years of age or older and you must be located in the state of Michigan. To bet on sports at a retail location, you must be 21 years of age or older and you must be located in a brick-and-mortar casino that offers sports betting.

Conclusion

In conclusion, you can sports bet in Michigan as long as you are 21 years of age or older and are physically present in the state. There are a variety of online and offline options available, so you should be able to find a venue that suits your needs.