Casinos are getting new customers as Michigan online gambling became legal. Next month will be a significant month for sports betting due to the NCAA college basketball tournament. Avid fans and bettors in the state are more than willing to wager during March Madness.
Online gambling was off to a successful start in Michigan. More than 100,000 players made online gambling accounts in the first week of becoming legal. The ten popular sites in Michigan are DraftKings, BetMGM, FanDuel, Points Bet, Golden Nugget, WynnBet, FoxBet, TwinSpires, Barstool, and Bet Rivers.
According to sports news coverage reports, the numbers are good for Michigan. Players can create an account by inputting their name, address, and email. Also, they need to make a deposit. Most mobile apps offer promos, such as bonus money when registering for an account. However, you need to wager several times after winning with the bonus money.
Legal Michigan Online Gambling
New players should know what to expect when wagering on sports. For instance, +100 is even money. When you wager 200, you’ll win 200. Sports betting odds higher than +100 means you are wagering on the underdog. Lower than -100 means the team is the favorite. Betting on the underdog wins more money. Also, betting on the favorite wins less money.
According to a sports forum, players need to know the common terms, such as moneyline, parlay, and point spread. Moneyline is the easiest way to bet on sports. You need to pick the winner. On the other hand, the point spread is wagering on the game’s result with a specific handicap. Lastly, a parlay is making two or more wagers, and you need to pick the right results in all bets.
When choosing a sportsbook app, you should look for security. Also, it should have a license from the Michigan Gaming Control Board.