BetRivers to be granted licensing to launch live casino in Michigan
The Online Casino & Sportsbook platform – BetRivers, operated by Rush Street Int, will be allowed to release in the state of Michigan.
The permission was granted by the Michigan Gaming Control Board, thanks to which, players all across Michigan will be able to access live casino titles on betrivers.com.
The titles provided by the operator will guarantee an online casino experience, close to a real casino one, provided by the fact that the games are run on a real-time basis.
Rush Street Interactive had previously secured its way into the Michigan iGaming market via an agreement with Manistee’s Little River Casino Resort.
Rush Street’s CEO – Richard Schwartz, explains the appeal of their titles:
“Customers are attracted to live dealer titles because they have the option of watching things unveil in real time, which is exciting for the fans.
We are thrilled to be launching BetRivers in Michigan, as it’s currently the closest option to real traditional casinos, and we’re happy to provide players with that, especially during a global lockdown.”
Recently around 9 more casino and sportsbook operators have been going live after Evolution became the first firm to release a live casino in Michigan.