As we were saying goodbye to 2022 amid the coldness of the fall and winter months, Michigan online gambling was just getting warmed up. In fact, both October and November were record months for i-gaming revenue in the state. This despite an overall decline in sports betting from the year before. Total gambling revenue for the state was over $186 million in November, which was an increase of more that 15% from the same time last year. But Michigan online gambling accounted for $145 million, which was a jump of 35% year-on-year. Moving forward, their is reason for continued optimism…
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