The state of Michigan saw its second year of regulated online gaming grow 41.4%, with revenues coming in at $1.98 billion during 2022.
The total was largely generated from $1.58 billion in casino gaming receipts, while sportsbetting generated $399.6 million. Handle for the year was up 24.3% to $4.6 billion.
The state's casino and tribal groups paid $303 million in taxes to the state government during the year.
2022 finished strong for the Wolverine State's online industry, as revenues grew 28.8% to $201.6 million. This total was also up 8.2% from November.
News of the results comes weeks after it was revealed that Detroit's land casinos saw revenues drop 1.4% to $1.28 billion. Slots generated $983.7 million of that total, or 77%. Table games generated 21% of the market at $273.3 million, while sportsbetting contributed 2%, or $18.8 million.