The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) authorized the launch of a Parx Interactive-powered Gun Lake Sportsbook for online sports betting. The new platform will be available at 9 AM on Monday, August 2, 2021. This marks the 14th online sports betting option in the Wolverine State.
Gun Lake Sportsbook – What To Expect
Gun Lake Sportsbook, which will likely be offered under the name “Play Gun Lake,” is powered by Parx Interactive, giving us a pretty good idea of what to expect. The Parx Sportsbook is available online in Pennsylvania, and offers an impressive market depth. The lines offered include all major league sports, international team sports, Olympics betting, and a wide range of individual sports.
Here is the complete list of sports offered by Parx Sportsbook Pennsylvania:
- Aussie Rules
- Rugby League
- Rugby Union
- Table Tennis
- Winter Sports
Michigan sports bettors can expect a similar market depth at Play Gun Lake Sportsbook, which is expected to be available via iOS, Android, and desktop.
How Do The Odds Stack Up?
If you were to bet the moneyline on the Detroit Tigers against the Baltimore Orioles tonight, Parx Sportsbook in Pennsylvania would be among your best options. The sports betting platform is offering -150 odds, which compete well with some of the top Michigan sportsbooks:
- FanDuel Sportsbook Michigan: -148
- BetMGM Sportsbook Michigan: -150
- DraftKings Sportsbook Michigan: -155
FanDuel Sportsbook edges it out slightly, but this snapshot emphasizes Parx’s commitment to providing competitive odds. You can expect the same from Play Gun Lake, powered by Parx Interactive.
Exclusive Early Bird Offer
If you sign up now at Parx Casino Michigan to receive updates, you’ll have exclusive access to an early bird offer when the platform launches.
The current sports betting welcome bonus at Parx Pennsylvania is a risk-free bet up to $500, so you can expect something better than that for the early bird offer. The possibilities include a larger risk-free bet, a deposit-match bonus, or a free bet signup bonus. The only way to know is to sign up for updates.