HomePublicationsNewsletter ArchiveNewslettersVolume 21Issue 3Michigan iLottery Revenues Exceed State Expectations

As reported in Volume 20, Issue 27 of the Michigan Gaming Newsletter, the Michigan Lottery launched a soft roll out of its iLottery platform in September of 2014. The platform permits Michigan residents to buy and play lottery games on their mobile and personal computers. Yesterday’s issue of MIRS reported that revenues from the iLottery games are exceeding expectations during the initial launch period according to figures provided by Michigan Lottery Commissioner M. Scott Bowen. 

The MIRS report quoted Mr. Bowen as saying “It is going well.  Gaming revenues are about $2 million a week for the last two or three weeks.”  The news report went on to indicate that 86,000 players to date having gone through an extensive procedure to gain access to the state’s Internet gaming site. 

In order to log onto the iLottery platform, a person needs to visit: https://www.michiganlottery.com/about_online_games?ng_id=111977DA6EA82766&ng_token=1647709331


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