Barstool and Greektown Casino have gone live in Michigan with their online casino game offerings. The casino follows Barstool’s sportsbook launch, which made its debut along with nine other operators on Jan. 22.
“I want to thank the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) and its staff for their time and effort in reviewing and approving our applications,” Jay Snowden, president and CEO of Penn National Gaming, said in a media release. “In addition, I want to thank our team at Penn Interactive, our great partners at Barstool Sports, and our risk management and platform providers, Kambi and White Hat Gaming, for their many months of hard work and collaboration. We’re off to a fast start in 2021 and look forward to continuing our Company’s evolution into the leading omni-channel provider of retail and online gaming, live racing and sports betting entertainment."
Barstool’s online casino was not ready at the time of Michigan's Jan. 22 launch. But a week later on Jan. 29, the MGCB announced Barstool was approved to launch its online casino platform. It went live on Tuesday.
For new players, Barstool is offering a $500 bonus. New users get 100% risk-free casino wagering up to a maximum of $500 in bonus cash during their first 24 hours. The offer is valid for 2021.
Barstool is also holding a Dodge Challenger giveaway for its casino users. Players will earn $1 for every $100 in casino cash wagers. There will be one prize winner that will receive $60,000 credit to use at any Szott Autogroup Dealership, one $10,000 cash prize winner and one Greektown Casino Getaway prize.
All of the familiar traditional games are available in Barstool’s casino, including table games such as blackjack, roulette, baccarat and more. There are numerous online slots, too, with familiar names such Wheel of Fortune, Baywatch, Cleopatra and Divine Fortune.
Barstool’s casino means every operator besides PointsBet now offers sports betting and online casino gaming. The others to include sports and casino gaming are: