The Gun Lake Casino Sportsbook will allow bets on sports such as football, basketball, baseball, golf, hockey, soccer, boxing, mixed martial arts, tennis and more. Courtesy Gun Lake Casino
Gun Lake Casino has more competitive game options for their guests.
The casino launched its Gun Lake Casino Sportsbook and online gaming site last week, courtesy of its partnership with the Pennsylvania-based Parx Casino.
The Gun Lake Casino Sportsbook will allow bets on sports such as football, basketball, baseball, golf, hockey, soccer, boxing, mixed martial arts, tennis and more.
Sports bets will be placed at the new betting counter inside Stage 131 or self-serve kiosks located throughout Gun Lake Casino.
“We are motivated to offer our casino guests and all Michigan residents, the ultimate first-time experience with these new entertainment offerings,” said Jose Flores, vice president and general manager for Gun Lake Casino. “We have strategically crafted our partnership with Parx Casino to allow a flawless and unsurpassed plan for our guests interested in sports betting and online gaming.”
Parx Casino has sports betting and online gaming operations in New Jersey, as well.
“Parx Casino is thrilled to partner with Gun Lake Casino to power their online and retail sports betting business as well as online casino products,” said Matthew Cullen, senior vice president of interactive gaming and sports for Parx. “We’re excited to bring our expertise in effective, profitable customer acquisition and online product operation to the vast Michigan customer base.”
Also last week, Gun Lake announced it will be temporarily closing due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The casino closed at 3 a.m. Monday and will remain closed until 9 a.m. March 30. All events and promotions scheduled during this time are canceled.
“Protecting the health and safety of our guests and team members is of utmost importance and our main priority,” said Sal Semola, president and chief operating officer for Gun Lake Casino. “While there is no requirement to close, we believe in doing our part to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.”