Michigan issues supplier license to Supremeland Gaming

May 15, 2024
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The company is now authorized to operate in four US states.

Supremeland Gaming has been approved for a supplier license in the state of Michigan. This marks the fourth US state to grant the company access to iGaming.

Great Lakes State players will soon have access to Supremeland Gaming’s titles, including Red Panda Rising and Munition Mine, which recently made its global debut.

The company said its ongoing US expansion “underscores its commitment to pushing the boundaries of innovation in the iGaming industry.”

Supremeland first released its game portfolio last year. Since its November debut, the company has grown worldwide.

Supremeland recently entered the US by gaining approval to launch its content to players in Pennsylvania. During the past few months, the company has also gained access to New Jersey’s iGaming market followed by entry into West Virginia.

Company CEO Rickard Öhrn expressed his excitement on the company’s behalf to further expand Supremeland Gaming’s US reach.

He commented, “With approvals already in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and West Virginia, our entry into Michigan underscores our dedication to serving players nationwide.

“We are excited about the opportunities this new market brings and look forward to delivering innovative, engaging, and responsible gaming solutions to the rapidly growing US iGaming community.”

In other state news, the Michigan Gaming Control Board has continued its efforts to uphold the state’s gambling laws through the recent identification and removal of illegal casino-style gaming machines.

The board sent letters to 64 state businesses last year, asking them to cease illegal gambling practices. This resulted in the removal of 167 illegal gambling machines.


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