SAULT STE. MARIE, me. (WLUC) – An Upper Michigan tribe will be offering online sports betting and games starting this week.
The Sault Ste Marie Tribe of the Chippewa Indians and Kewadin Casinos announced that after more than a year of regulatory and review work, the Michigan Gaming Control Board has authorized the Sault Tribe to start playing online at 12:00 p.m. on Friday, January 12 Sports betting and online gaming to begin. 22nd
In December 2020, Kewadin Casinos and its partner WynnBET started the sports betting “Brick and Mortar” at all five Kewadin Casinos locations. The online sports betting and games will be available immediately on desktop web, mobile web and Apple iOS and Android apps on Friday noon.
“With Michigan State’s announcement today of the launch of online sports betting and gaming, we are excited to see the final stages of our partnership with Wynn Resorts come to life,” said Joel Schultz, Sault Tribe’s EDC director. “Our experience in preparing for this appointment gives us great appreciation for the professionalism and knowledge that Wynn Resorts brings to the table. We know these assets provide an exceptional online gaming experience for our guests. Our employees are very grateful for the work of Wynn, GAN, our legal team and the board of directors. “
“We have been looking forward to this announcement since the implementation of our stationary sports betting in our Kewadin Casino locations. This is a big step for our tribe, offering our guests more opportunities to play. “States Allen Kerridge Kewadin Casinos CEO.
More information about Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, please visit http://www.saulttribe.com. For more information on Kewadin casinos, please visit www.Kewadin.com.
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