Evolution Gaming partnered with most online casinos in Michigan to bring a variety of live dealer games to the state. Michigan bettors can now live-stream real-life dealers via website or app to play blackjack, baccarat, or roulette one physical tables.
Existing members of Michigan online casinos can tune in now to place bets. Alternatively, people over 21 and located in the Wolverine State can join an online casino with live dealer games in just a few minutes.
Approved Live Dealer Games
The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) approved five different Evolution Gaming live dealer games:
- Live Dealer Blackjack
- Live Dealer Roulette
- Live Dealer Baccarat
- Infinite Blackjack
- Auto Roulette
Additional games will be added in the near future pending regulatory approval.
Live dealer blackjack, roulette, and baccarat involve players sitting around a table in individual seats, and a dealer dealing cards to each player individually, just like at a brick-and-mortar online casino. That means capacity is limited, and a seat must be available to play. However, you can bet in the background for baccarat, which means capacity is technically unlimited.
Infinite Blackjack on the other hand allows an unlimited number of players. Everyone receives the same two-card hand, then decides how to proceed individually. For example, you may choose to hit while a different player chooses to stay, and the game progresses separately, which can mean different outcomes for each player.
For Auto Roulette, a ball automatically spins around a wheel about once every minute, and players can bet on the outcome as it goes. Like Infinite Blackjack, there are no capacity limits at Auto Roulette.
Michigan Online Casinos With Live Dealer Games
The following Michigan online casinos now offer Evolution Gaming’s live dealer games:
- Golden Nugget
- FanDuel Casino
- BetRivers Casino
- DraftKings Casino
- Caesars Casino
- PokerStars Casino
- Barstool Casino
All casinos that partnered with Evolution Gaming now have live dealer games except for WynnBET Michigan, which has been a bit slow to the punch. It should launch live dealer games within the next week or so, and we will update our Michigan live dealer guide accordingly.