Michigan clears CDI for advance-deposit wagering

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The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) has approved Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) to begin offering advance deposit wagering (ADW) on horse racing to players in the state.

The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) has approved Churchill Downs Incorporated (CDI) to begin offering advance deposit wagering (ADW) on horse racing to players in the state.

Under an order issued by MGCB executive director Richard Kalm, CDI will now be able to accept mobile bets on live and simulcast pari-mutuel horse races.

CDI will support the offering through a third-party partnership with Northville Downs, the only licensed racetrack in Michigan.

In December last year, Michigan's Horse Racing Law of 1995 was amended so that race meeting licensees in the state could use contracted third-party partners to offer betting on live and simulcast pari-mutuel racing

Players can create an account with the third-party facilitator – in this case CDI – and place bets online or via mobile on pari-mutuel races.

“Michigan horse racing fans now have more options for placing bets from anywhere in the state on horse races with Northville Downs using mobile wagering,” Kalm said.

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