Online casinos in Michigan have begun offering live dealer games after the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) recently gave the green light to live dealer casino products.
Three games have been initially approved by the MGCB to be offered to local players: baccarat, roulette and blackjack. Michigan has officially become the third state to authorize live dealer games across the US.
Stars Casino is among operators that are now offering real-time, live dealer games in the Wolverine State, and to celebrate the launch of its live dealer product, it is currently running a promotion giving players the chance to try out the casino’s live tables without any risk involved, and receive up to $50 in cashback based on their net losses.
The promo, which runs until August 11, is open to players in both Michigan and Pennsylvania. To take advantage of this ongoing offer, players in Stars Casino MI and Stars Casino PA only need to log into their respective accounts, go to “My Stars”, choose “Challenges” and then opt in.
They will then be required to play 10 live blackjack hands, after which they will get a 100% bonus up to $50 calculated according to their net losses. So if you lose $20, the full amount will be returned to you, but take note that Stars Casino is offering a maximum of $50 cashback, and losses going beyond this amount will no longer be compensated.
The offer also does not apply to winning sessions. Meaning, if you end up not incurring any losses after playing 10 hands, you won’t be able to receive any bonus.
Exciting Features of Live Dealer Games
Live dealer games allow players to enjoy traditional casino games, with human dealers facilitating the action, just like what happens inside a land-based casino.
The games are streamed live from a studio, eliminating the need to use RNG-powered algorithms. This way, remote players can participate in the games and interact with the live dealers in real time, simulating the live casino experience.
At the moment, all live dealer games in Michigan are powered by Swedish online gaming company Evolution. The firm is livestreaming real-time casino table games from its studio located in Southfield, its third studio in the US. There are just three live dealer games that local players can enjoy for now, but Evolution is keen on adding more in the near future.