The Official Launch of ESPN BET and Hollywood Casino Online in Michigan
Finally, the wait for ESPN BET is over. PENN Entertainment formally unveiled their Barstool substitute. Hollywood Casino went live online as part of the new ESPN platform at the same time as ESPN BET. This means that a fresh Michigan online casino operator and sportsbook have entered the fray.
Here’s what one needs to know about Hollywood Casino at Greektown’s new web platform.
Hollywood Casino Debuts with ESPN BET
The ESPN BET app has the Hollywood Casino online functionality, as we’ve seen with other online sportsbooks. The ESPN BET app will provide users access to Hollywood Casino Michigan. The whole range of gambling activities is available at Hollywood Casino online:
- Slots: 115
- Video Poker: 6
- Table Games: 40
- Live Dealer: 20
- Megaways: 6
- First-Person: 12
As Hollywood Casino Michigan continues to make its impact in the industry, expect it to add even more games to its collection.
It seems that the software is ready for release since games work seamlessly and there are no obvious issues to be found.
ESPN BET Has a Barstool Sportsbook-Like Appearance
PENN first revealed its intentions to start ESPN BET back in August. Following an unsuccessful trial with Barstool, PENN and ESPN reached a $1.5 billion agreement for a fully integrated online sportsbook that will be connected to the leading sports media network in the country. With the same playbook that is used in Ontario by theScore Bet, PENN intends to simplify the process for customers to access ESPN BET via the ESPN app.
Barstool Sportsbook and ESPN BET have a lot of visual similarities. There are promotions up top, and the layout and icons are almost the same.
Live betting is available on all major sports at ESPN BET. Player props, futures, parlays, and other items are all here.
The user interface is easy to navigate and there are several ways available for deposit.