Sault Tribe Of Chippewa Indians In Michigan Lowers Gambling Age To 18

Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians in Michigan is lowering the gambling age at all of its casinos to 18 years old.

Tribal casinos were not subject to regulations installed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer during the COVID-19 pandemic. The governor closed the state’s three commercial casinos in Detroit from mid-March until mid December 2020.

Sault Tribe Of Chippewa Indians in Michigan Lowers Gambling Age To 18. The move allows the tribe to capture a larger demographic of customers. It remains unclear if the new age allows young gamblers to participate in sports betting.

Sault Tribe Of Chippewa Indians in Michigan Lowers Gambling Age To 18.

Tribes in Michigan cannot lower the gambling age. They can lower minimum drinking age, however. Kewadin Casinos says its servers and bartenders are adequately trained.

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