BetRivers.com will be officially available for Michigan customers as soon as the state launches online gaming and sports betting.
Rush Street Interactive, Inc. (RSI) is one of the well-known and fast-growing online casino and sports betting companies in the States. It announced that it would be accepting wagers in Michigan at BetRivers.com.
BetRivers.com is a platform that is innovative and easy for players to use since they can access it through their mobile devices. Soon Michigan betting customers will have the opportunity to experience a large array of online casino games and wager on the platform.
The platform is already open for Michigan players over 21 to create their accounts. After establishing their profiles, players can access online slot machines and table games, such as blackjack, baccarat and roulette, as well as thousands of games a year.
President of RSI, Richard Schwartz expressed his excitement for the debut of BetRivers.com on Michigan gaming scene and for the company’s successful expansion that will allow Michiganders to experience online casino with great ease.
RSI Successful Expansion
The company is one of the market leaders in three of the most lucrative states where sports betting is allowed: Illinois, Pennsylvania and New York.
According to Schwartz, the platform’s success is due to company’s “unwavering commitment to earning and retaining player trust, and constantly innovating and creating player-friendly features that are unique to the industry.”
RSI is an award-winning brand that recently received the prestigious Casino Operator of the Year and Customer Service Operator of the Year awards in 2020 from the eGaming Review. In 2020 was named Digital Operator of the Year.
According to the company’s president, what Michigan customers will appreciate the most is the honest and transparent gaming service, as well as the comprehensive selection of casino games and sports betting options on BetRiver.com.
RSI provides in-person sports betting for players who prefer it. The company will provide them with retail sportsbook wagering service at Little River Casino Resort (LRCR) in Manistee, Michigan.
General Manager of LRCR, Andrew Gentile expressed his gratitude for having the opportunity to partner with RSI brand to be one of the facilities that will bring online gaming to Michigan.
The state has fought a long battle to launch online betting. The process started at the end of 2019 and it turned out to be long and painstaking. But this January, the final approval was given.
According to Richard Kalm, executive director of Michigan Gaming Control Board, the approved providers will have four or five days before they can accept wagers.