World Series of Poker launches new site in Michigan

The World Series of Poker (WSOP) has announced that its online poker website is now live in Michigan. 
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The World Series of Poker (WSOP) has announced that its online poker website is now live in Michigan. 

Now live in four states across the US – with Michigan joining Pennsylvania, Nevada, and New Jersey – has a selection of live-action games from No Limit Hold’em to Pot Limit Omaha.

The online poker site also has daily guaranteed tournaments, exclusive 2022 WSOP satellites to gold bracelet events in Las Vegas, and BLAST Poker, where players have a chance to win up to 10,000 times their buy-in.

“With two world champions coming out of this state, Michigan is a special market for the WSOP,” commented Ty Stewart, SVP of the World Series of Poker at Caesars Entertainment. 

“We’re sorry it’s taken so long, but is ready to make up for our late entry with industry-leading promotions, the biggest weekly tournaments, and player appreciation benefits like freerolls to the Main Event in Las Vegas.”

Celebrating the Michigan launch, is offering players a $50 sign-up bonus when they register, with $25 immediately playable and $25 upon their first deposit. Players can also claim a deposit match up to $1,000 and receive access to welcome week freerolls after making their first deposit. has also signed a partnership with 2009 Main Event champion and Michigan resident Joe Cada as a local poker ambassador. Cada will host live streaming sessions from the site, participate in bounty events and host live tournaments around Michigan.

The online poker site is also offering a $1,000 bonus to any Michigan resident who can outlast Cada in the 2022 WSOP Main Event, pokers’ world championship which will be hosted on the Las Vegas strip for the first time this summer.

Cada stated: “It’s go time in Michigan. I know a lot of local players are excited that is finally live in the state and I’m personally looking forward to getting to know all the great poker players at tournaments and online events soon. Game on.”