Michigan is one of a handful of states that offers iGaming and it continues to generate consistent revenues for operators as well as tax money for the state.
In September, Michigan online casinos generated total adjusted gross receipts worth $149.76 million, up 9.2% from August ($137.2 million). The contribution to the state from iGaming in September was $31.3 million, up 9.4% from August ($28.61 million).
Retail Casino Numbers Dip Slightly
Regarding retail casino gambling, the total adjusted gross receipts for September were just over $99.99 million, down 4.4% from August (almost $104.58 million). The September state wagering tax from retail casino play was nearly $8.1 million, down 4.4% from August ($8.47 million).
The September city wagering tax was $12,346,231, down 25.0% from August ($16,465,452).
Games Available At MI Online Casinos
Online Michigan casino apps, also known as iGaming, means slots and tables games made available to customers on mobile devices and computers. In Michigan, currently 15 gambling operators offer iGaming.
Besides Michigan, other states with iGaming are New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, West Virginia, Connecticut and Rhode Island (launching in 2024).
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