Online casino and poker revenue hit $95.1 million in revenue in March, up from $79.7 million February.
Michigan’s online casinos and poker rooms won $3.1 million per day in March. That total yielded adjusted gross receipts of $88.7 million, $12.8 million in tax revenue for the state, and $4.5 million in local taxes. BetMGM/MGM Grand Detroit led the market again with $30.8 million in gross receipts.
“Michigan’s online casinos have been nothing short of a huge success,” Gouker of PlayMichigan said. “The state’s online casinos launched with more robust game libraries than in Pennsylvania, so residents had no reason to hold out and wait for games such as blackjack. Also, with the pandemic surging in Michigan, online casinos have been an appealing alternative for many.”