Michigan will become the fourth US state to join the Multi-State Internet Gaming Association – joining Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware – upon full execution of the agreement by the State of Michigan.
The multi-state internet gaming agreement allows players to participate in legal forms of online gaming within the geographic boundaries of the states included in the deal.
The concurrence began between Nevada and Delaware in 2014 before New Jersey was added in 2017, expanding the agreement to include full online casino gaming.
Rebecca Satterfield, Manager of the Association and the Internet Gaming Manager for the Delaware Lottery, stated: “The Multi-State Internet Gaming Association welcomes Michigan to its ranks, along with its nearly 10 million residents, who can now avail themselves of a full array of interactive gaming among the Association’s member states.
“The Association continues to be forward-thinking and welcomes the interest of additional gaming jurisdictions in becoming party to the agreement.”
Currently, Michigan and Nevada offer online poker to the association’s member states, while Delaware and New Jersey offer a full array of online gaming.