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Detroit’s been home to die-hard sports fans for decades. With recent changes to Michigan laws, though, the state’s opened up the doors to an entire world of online gambling. This includes online casinos, online poker, online lottery, and most interesting, online sports betting.
Michigan Online Sportsbooks
Michigan recently became the 20th state to legalize sports betting, both in retail sportsbooks and through sports betting apps. Once online sportsbooks officially launch, this opens up a world of gaming options for Michigan sports fans. Expect online sports betting to debut in late 2020 or early 2021.
Detroit sports fans will be able to bet on all their favorite professional Michigan teams, including the Lions, Pistons, Tigers, and Red Wings. Michiganders will also be able to bet on their favorite Michigan college teams as well, including the Wolverines and the Spartans.
Michigan sportsbooks will also allow betting on nation-wide and world-wide sporting events, all from the comfort of home.
Learn more about Michigan Online Sports Betting.