Michigan’s Gaming Control Board (MGCB) has opened the process to accept online gaming supplier licence applications ahead of the state’s igaming roll-out.
The forms and related information can be found on the Board’s website in a new section dedicated to online gaming and fantasy sports.
The Board may issue provisional licenses before the launch of online gaming for all suppliers other than platform providers, who can still complete license applications which may be approved after online gaming launches.
“We’ve taken another step toward the launch of online gaming by beginning the licensing process,” said Richard S. Kalm, MGCB executive director. “The MGCB encourages suppliers to file applications soon so we can conduct investigations and issue provisional licenses, which are allowed under state law.”