As Daily Fantasy Eschews 'Gambling' Label, Scrutiny GrowsStock market traders and chess players — that's who's playing DraftKings, according to CEO Jason Robins, who told a crowd of casino executives last week in Las Vegas that fewer than 15 percent of the players on his site make wagers in traditional sports books.
Insufficient Funds Force Hazel Park Raceway To Cut Season ShortThe Michigan Gaming Control Board is currently investigating why the raceway did not fulfill its obligations under the law.
Siblings In Motor City Casino Cheating Case Roll Snake Eyes At Appeals CourtJames Countryman was working as a dealer in 2012 when his sister, India Countryman, suddenly won $4,700.
Michigan Charity Poker Events To Face Stricter RulesRichard Kalm, executive director of the Gaming Control Board, said the decision will ensure the "integrity of gaming and the future of millionaire parties as a fundraising option for charities."
Bills Would Codify Emergency Rules For Charity Poker RoomsNew legislation would let charitable gambling events continue in Michigan once emergency rules expire this summer.
Click For Big Bucks! You Can Now Play Lottery Games Online In MichiganPlayers can link their lottery account directly to a debit card, credit card or bank account to deposit funds for playing online.
Thoroughbred Horse Racing Makes Its Return To Hazel ParkStoman said "back in the day" Hazel Park Raceway would have a million dollars in "live handle" -- bets on local races.
Injunction Stops New Rules For Charitable GamblingA judge has stopped new regulations on Las Vegas-style charitable gambling events in Michigan.
Michigan Charitable Gambling Rules Take Effect The Michigan Gaming Control Board put into place rules reining in Las Vegas-style charitable gambling events that regulators say have run amok and charities say are an important source of income.
Snyder, Lawmakers At Odds Over Charitable GamblingTwenty-two sites have been closed for illegal gambling since 2010, and in recent days authorities found a poker hall where two of four dealers were felons.
Michigan AG Announces Charges Against 3 Dearborn Men For RacketeeringFraser police uncovered an illegal sports gambling operation and now the state attorney general's office is announcing charges against three Dearborn men.
Crackdown On Charity Poker Rooms Brings BacklashAt stake is the future of "millionaire parties," casino-style events where nonprofits split cash proceeds with unlicensed poker rooms.