Two days after Tennessee launched online sports betting, it was announced that the state had a successful launch.
Tennessee took the next step towards launching sports betting while Michigan approved an interstate online poker bill.
The State of Michigan and Tennessee move further in the process of legalising and launching iGaming and sports betting platforms, with Tennessee already issuing the first operating licences.
The Senate of Massachusetts strips sports betting initiative from the economic development bill, while Michigan continues to grow the iGaming market opportunities.
Michigan started accepting sports betting licence applications, while the Illinois sports betting market welcomes DraftKings’s gaming services.
The Michigan gaming market is slowly getting back on track by reopening some tribal casinos.
The Virginia Lottery launched a betting microsite which will cover regulation processes for expanded gaming. Michigan has allowed online and mobile betting on advanced deposit horse racing.
Three casinos in Detroit, Michigan will be able to start sports betting operations from tomorrow, March 11, at 1 p.m.