Michigan Online Casinos Hit New Revenue High Of $97.2M In August

August's revenue from Michigan online casinos and online poker was $97.2 million. It was a record monthly haul in Michigan. Internet gaming raised $17.9 million in state taxes, $4. 9 million for Detroit and $2.0 million to tribal governments.

August was the first full month for live dealer casino games in Michigan. The games are powered by global supplier Evolution and available at 10 Michigan online casinos. August's revenue of $95.1 million broke the previous record of $89.2 million set in June. Sports betting numbers in August ticked up slightly.

Michigan Online Casinos Hit New Revenue High Of $97.2M In August. BetMGM Casino led the brand to another dominant month in the sector, raising $39.7M. FanDuel Casino came second with $14.6M, DraftKings Casino third with $12.5M and Golden Nugget Casino fifth with 5.3M in revenue. Caesars Casino made a 177% jump in August revenue, but still has a 0.8% market share. Gun Lake Casino passed the seven-figure monthly revenue mark for the first time in July with a $1.4M profit.

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