Live dealer games from Evolution Gaming are officially approved by the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB). Casino players in the Wolverine State can now live stream real-life dealers at physical tables to place bets on blackjack, roulette, and baccarat. Additional live dealer games will be available in Michigan pending regulatory approval.
Online Casinos In Michigan With Live Dealer Games
You can find live dealer games currently available at the following Michigan online casinos:
- Golden Nugget Casino
- FanDuel Casino Michigan
- BetMGM Michigan
- BetRivers Michigan
- DraftKings Casino Michigan
- TwinSpires Casino Michigan
- William Hill Michigan
- Barstool Michigan
Each online casino has a slightly different selection of live dealer games. For example, DraftKings Casino has exclusive dealers for blackjack, roulette, and baccarat while BetMGM offers their versions of those games, plus infinite blackjack and auto roulette. You can check the options available before joining by visiting the web browser version of the online casino.
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Types Of Live Dealer Games In Michigan
You can play the following live dealer games at Michigan online casinos:
- Live Dealer Blackjack: Place your bet, receive your own pair of physical cards against the dealer’s hand, then choose to hit, stand, and so on, all from your mobile device or computer.
- Live Dealer Roulette: Place chips anywhere on the felt within the table minimum and maximum while a real-life dealer spin the ball around a physical wheel.
- Live Dealer Baccarat: Sit in a seat to play your own cards or bet behind the players. It’s a live-stream experience nearly identical to playing baccarat in person.
- Infinite Blackjack: All players can bet on the same two-card hand, but each one has to choose whether they want to hit, stay, double down, split, and so on. There’s no limited number of seats, so this game is always available.
- Auto Roulette: 24 hours a day, you can bet on an automatic, physical roulette wheel that spins about once per minute.
Three card poker, Dreamcatcher, and other live dealer games will also become available pending MGCB approval.