4ThePlayer Slots Could Soon Land On Michigan Online Casino Apps

Written By Derek Helling on July 12, 2023
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The library of slot titles from developers native to Europe on US online casino apps continues to grow. 4ThePlayer is the latest example of such a developer with its games likely en route to some of the most popular Michigan online casinos.

While slot games from 4ThePlayer could simply add to the expansive lists of titles on apps like BetMGM Casino and Golden Nugget Casino in Michigan, there are reasons to believe the games won’t be just another set of mundane options. Players in Michigan should get to decide whether they like the titles themselves soon.

Michigan regulators clear 4ThePlayer as online casino supplier

According to a news release from 4ThePlayer, the company’s once provisional license in Michigan is now a full license. That means online casino licensees in the state can contract with 4ThePlayer to offer 4ThePlayer games on their apps in the state.

Michigan represents the first US market for the United Kingdom brand. It’s easy to see why 4ThePlayers has been keen on Michigan, too. The online casino market there has grown steadily, posting another top-five revenue month in May.

In the US, 4ThePlayer has partnered with Gaming Realms for distribution. Gaming Realms has existing relationships with Michigan licensees like BetMGM, Caesars, DraftKings, FanDuel and Golden Nugget.

However, there is no confirmation that any of those apps will add 4ThePlayer slots or if so, on what timeline. Given the popularity of the games in Europe, though, it’s likely only a matter of time before that occurs.

Among those beloved games are 3 Secret Cities and 9k Yeti. Elements of those and other games could be what set 4ThePlayer titles apart for players in Michigan.

4ThePlayer endeavors to include unique features in games

While Michigan regulates online slots tightly, 4ThePlayer works to be among the most creative within those parameters in terms of the features its slots encapsulate. For example, 3 Secret Cities employs progressive bonuses that escalate in value the longer a player takes to trigger them.

Additionally, 3 Secret cities allows players to save their progress in the game. Perhaps most importantly, though, 4ThePlayer ensures that players are aware of their odds of hitting prizes by providing statistics like volatility upfront.

That is a vital player service because responsible gambling happens most often when players understand their odds of winning prizes and what they have to do in order to win. These features could make 4ThePlayer games among Michigan players’ new favorites. Either way, Michiganders should get the opportunity to try the titles out soon.

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Derek Helling is the assistant managing editor of PlayUSA. Helling focuses on breaking news, including finance, regulation, and technology in the gaming industry. Helling completed his journalism degree at the University of Iowa and resides in Chicago

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