Land Based Gambling
The State of Michigan offers a wide range of land-based casinos to its residents, many of whom have a healthy appetite for games of chance. Whether it is for real money or just raising funds for charity, Michigan provides opportunities for anyone who loves to gamble.
With horse racing legalized in the 1930s, Michigan is well established in its gambling status with more updates and amendments made in the last decade. Despite the banning of online casinos in 2000, a further discussion has started to take place and we may well see big changes happening in the near future.
With its two online gambling options of off-track betting and playing the Lotto, many Michigan residents have tried their hand at beating Lady Luck and won notable sums of money. Whether you enjoy online games or visiting casino establishments, there is something for everyone in this state.
Since starting construction in the 80s, Native American casinos experienced a surge in growth as they added around two casinos every year. To date, there are over 15 casinos you can visit to legally play slots, Blackjack and Poker, while also enjoying horse racing, the lottery and sports betting in the state.
Playing casino games for fun is a popular choice for events and birthday parties, with many suppliers registered with the Michigan Gaming Control Board who can help you to host a Millionaire Party.
But what is a Millionaire Party? It means "an event at which wagers are placed upon games of chance customarily associated with a gambling casino through the use of imitation money or chips that have a nominal value equal to or greater than the value of the currency for which they can be exchanged."
Another great option to raise funds as a non-profit organization is hosting a Bingo party. Whether you offer cash or prizes, it is a great social gambling option that will ensure a fun and memorable event.
It is refreshing to see a state that has an open-minded approach to gambling and can see the revenue potential of legalizing more options for its almost 10,000,000 residents.