Michigan regulator approves 1X2 Network for full iGaming supplier license

August 17, 2023
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The Great Lakes State has welcomed several new product launches during the past several months.

The Michigan Gaming Control Board has granted online casino games supplier 1X2 Network a full license to bring its iGaming products to the Great Lakes State.

The company recently obtained licensing in the Canadian province of Ontario and said gaining access to Michigan is a “key milestone” in its US expansion plan.

Players in Michigan will soon have access to titles from 1X2 Network’s in-house game studios Iron Dog Studio, as well as games from Prospect Gaming and AD Lunam. Network titles like 1 Million Megaways BC, 1 Million Fortunes Megaways and Iron Dog Studio’s Strike Series of Hold and Win are currently available to Ontario players and will soon be accessible in Michigan.

Company CEO Kevin Reid discussed the significance of building its brand in Michigan and described the state as an ideal iGaming market.

He commented, “We’re immensely proud to bring out content to the USA, and Michigan represents one of the first states to fully appreciate the powerful opportunities for regulated iGaming.

“We share Michigan’s belief in the sector's future being in regulation and we welcome the challenge to strengthen our position in the USA amongst such exciting competition.”

Throughout the year, Michigan has been a hot spot for several recent iGaming launches. Both Inspired Entertainment and FanDuel recently agreed to launch iGaming content in the state of Michigan through their continued partnership.

The launch included four Inspired titles. Michigan players can access Big Fishing Fortune, Big Santa Fortune, Gold Cash Free Spins and Big Spin Bonus through the FanDuel release.


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