High 5 Games secured a multi-market deal with the online casino and sports betting operator DraftKings.
The partnership is the first commercial deal for High 5 Games in Michigan. Earlier this year, the company expanded its MI online casino footprint through Soaring Eagle Casino.
More expansion in Michigan with DraftKings
Tony Singer, founder & CEO of High 5 Games, said:
“It goes without saying that we are thrilled to have an association with such a big name in the US market and one that is showing such powerful growth. We’re confident DraftKings’ player base will enjoy the huge range of games available, and look forward to offering these games as we continue to expand our partnership into new jurisdictions.”
- Dangerous Beauty
- Golden Knight
- The Green Machine Deluxe
- Triple Double Da Vinci Diamond
The company has several partnerships across the US and Canadian gaming markets.
High 5 Games are available in:
- New Jersey
Tribal gaming partnerships & live dealer games
On April 25, High 5 Games became available on Michigan’s Soaring Eagle online casino. Owned and operated by the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan, the app features over 100 slot titles.
The tribe also owns a retail casino near Mount Pleasant, featuring some of High 5’s physical slot machines.
Soaring Eagle Director of iGaming & Sports Betting Operations CC Griffus said the High 5 partnership is essential to the company’s business.
“High 5 Games slots are extremely popular on the casino floor, so when we started planning our online offering, we knew High 5 Games had to be a significant part of it. In just a few short days, we’ve seen tremendous response and we’re really excited about what’s ahead.”
On June 6, the tribe announced a partnership with Evolution bringing live dealer games to its iGaming platform.
Evolution has been offering live dealer games in Michigan since early 2021. According to the press release, available content includes:
- First-person RNG table games
- NetEnt slots
- Red Tiger slots
Although young, the Michigan iGaming market has broken several monthly revenue records. In April, the industry generated $132.4 million in gross gaming revenue.