Fanatics Sportsbook & Casino launches in Michigan

February 23, 2024
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This is only the third state for the Fanatics Casino.

Fanatics Betting and Gaming has further extended the reach of its products with the launch of the Fanatics Sportsbook & Casino in Michigan. 

Players in the Great Lake State will now be able to download the Fanatics Sportsbook on iOS and Android, where they will find a host of new features such as FanCash, a discover feed and a search functionality, among others. 

This announcement means the Fanatics Sportsbook is now live in 13 states, while Fanatics Casino is now present in three across the US. 

Fanatics Sportsbook was released prior to this in its 12th state just over two weeks ago, when it was launched in Iowa, with Fanatics Casino launching in its second state towards the end of January, in Pennsylvania

Fanatics Betting and Gaming began acquiring the US businesses of PointsBet in August 2023 and in Michigan each PointsBet customer’s username, password, account balance, rewards points and responsible gaming settings will be automatically migrated to the Fanatics Sportsbook. 

The new online casino from Fanatics, which is also involved in this launch in Michigan will feature a variety of classic and popular casino favorites, such as roulette, slots and blackjack. 

Features included in the Fanatics Casino include access to IGT PlayDigital games, games provided by Evolution, titles from Light & Wonder, the opportunity to earn FanCash back on bets, spins and hands, and also exclusive content from Fanatics Betting and Gaming themselves. 

In other news from the state, Bragg Gaming has gone live at Michigan’s Golden Nugget, launching its newest series of games and its remote game server (RGS) technology. 


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