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Rush Street’s BetRivers launches online live games in Michigan



ush Street Interactive (RSI) said Friday it has received authorization from the Michigan Gaming Control Board to launch online live dealer games in the state as of last Thursday, July 22.

After announcing its partnership with Little River Casino Resort in Manistee in June, the online casino and sports betting operator now expands its borders in the state with live casino games, which will be available on its website,, and will have mobile and desktop versions. 

Powered by Evolution, which launched its new Michigan live casino studio on July 22, Rush Street Interactive’s new live dealer casino offers players live tables including high and low stakes Blackjack games —including side bets such as 21 + 3, any pair, bust-o-rama and hot 3—, Roulette and Baccarat. The games are run live, and payouts are calculated in real-time.

In a press release, Richard Schwartz, President of RSI, commented on the company’s new offer: “Many online players prefer and trust live dealer options because they can watch the action as it happens”, he pointed out.

“A live dealer game is as close as you can get online to playing in a land-based casino and we’re thrilled to be among the first to offer Michigan residents the opportunity to sit and play on Evolution’s world-renowned virtual live dealer casino tables”, Schawrtz concluded. 

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