WSOP.com will be a new addition for online poker players in the Wolverine state from Monday 28th March 2022, according to an announcement made by the brand on Twitter.
The tweet announced that the brand will be offering real-money online poker in Michigan soon, and teased a number of promotions and a $50k opener tournament:
- $50 FREEPLAY PLUS MAIN EVENT FREEROLL AT SIGN-UP.
- 100% DEPOSIT MATCH to $1,000.
- $50k GTD Sunday for $100 buy-in.
- Seats to the 2022 WSOP Main Event.
Legal Online Poker In Michigan
Michigan, like the majority of US states where poker is legal operates a ‘ring-fenced’ online poker market, meaning that poker players using licensed poker software may only play against people from the same state.
West Virginia and Connecticut regulators have also both authorized legal online U.S poker, but no online poker operators have seized the opportunity in these states. Players from Michigan can presently play on the PokerStars and Partypoker US Networks (via the BetMGM skin).
This launch may enable residents of the state to participate in major World Series of Poker (WSOP) online series & bracelet events, satellites and WSOP Circuit series events.
With the All-American Poker Network, WSOP.com runs the country’s first shared liquidity network, with Nevada and New Jersey included, & 888poker in Delaware.
The property also serves as a fenced-in platform in Pennsylvania. For players in the Keystone State market, the WSOP also provides online circuit ring and bracelet events.
For live poker lovers, Michigan state also has legal live poker, however currently there are only eleven legal and regulated card-rooms in Michigan state and just 29 casinos.