MGCB Multistate Poker Considerations for Operators and Platform Providers

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Michigan Gaming Control Board

The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) has developed a list of potential tasks and considerations for operators and platform providers intending to conduct multistate poker in Michigan.

Under the Lawful Internet Gaming Act, multistate poker cannot commence until MGCB enters into a multijurisdictional internet gaming agreement. MGCB has initiated discussions with other states and hopes Michigan can join the Multi-State Internet Gaming Agreement soon.

MGCB advises operators and platform providers interested in offering multistate poker to review the attached list and consider which identified tasks and other items may apply to your organization. An operator or platform provider must complete all relevant tasks and meet all applicable requirements before the MGCB will authorize the launch of multistate poker.

Please contact Charlie Negin at if you have any questions.



David Murley
Deputy Director, Online Gaming & Legal Affairs