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UK-Based 1X2 Network Online Casino Games Coming To Michigan

Written By Nicholaus Garcia | Updated:
American Flag and Michigan State Outline with 1X2 Network and Michigan Gaming Control Board logos

The Michigan online casino portfolio of games is expanding. Last Tuesday, the Michigan Gaming Control Board approved UK-based developer 1X2 Network for a full gaming supplier license to bring its online casino games to Michigan. 

Michigan is the first US jurisdiction for 1X2 Network, which has already established itself overseas. 

Michigan online casino market expands with newcomer 1X2 Network

The iGaming supplier’s entry into the Wolverine State represents a key milestone for the company’s expansion plans. 

In a company press release, 1X2 Network CEO Kevin Reid said:

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

With its newly minted supplier licenses, 1X2 Network can begin making deals with various Michigan online casino operators. 

“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,” Reid said.

What to expect from 1X2 Network

1X2 Network will bring several online casino games from its in-house game studios. 

The company’s in-house studios include:

  • Iron Dog Studio
  • Prospect Gaming
  • AD LUNAM

In time, players can expect to find popular games like:

  • 1 Million Megaways BC
  • 1 Million Fortunes Megaways
  • Strike Series of Hold and Win

Additionally, AD LUNMAN’s Maverickwhich debuted in February, will be available in Michigan. Maverick is AD LUNMAN’s first foray into crash and multiplier gaming. It has spawned a series of successful releases in the arcade vertical since.

Earlier this month, BetMGM announced it was bringing NetGaming titles to Michigan, further establishing the state as a premier online casino market.

In 2023, Michigan online casinos recorded over $934 million in revenue through six months, a 23.5% increase from the first six months of 2022. Total revenue thus far is also roughly $180 million away from matching all of 2021’s total revenue of $1.11 billion. 

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Nick Garcia is a senior reporter for PlayUSA. Garcia provides analysis and in-depth coverage of the gambling industry with a key focus on online casinos, sports betting and financial markets. Garcia has been covering the US gambling market since 2017. He attended Texas Tech University as an undergrad and received a Master of Arts in Journalism from Columbia College Chicago.

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