Software gaming supplier, NetGaming, has made its way into the US market. Michigan online casino players will soon be able to access and play NetGaming’s most popular releases.
The provider received an iGaming supplier license from the Michigan Gaming Control Board. And can now roll out its portfolio of casino games.
NetGaming enters the US through Michigan casinos
Michigan is the first US state where NetGaming has secured a license. After receiving the license, the developer will supply its digital gaming suite to operators across the Great Lakes State.
NetGaming CEO Pallavi Deshmukh said via press release:
“We are thrilled to receive the license. The licensing process in the US is arduous and is a big undertaking. We worked relentlessly to ensure all the Is were dotted and the Ts were crossed.
For a start-up to receive an igaming license in the US is no small feat. I am incredibly proud of our team, who are my strength. We can’t wait to go live with our launch partner.”
Michigan players will soon enjoy the provider’s flagship titles like:
- 3 Wild Jokers
- Juicy Gold 100
- Casino Punks
NetGaming plans to expand its offerings
An extended suite of NetGaming titles will also become available during the remainder of the year. NetGaming applications in other US jurisdictions are currently underway.
Outside of the US, the provider currently holds licenses from:
- Malta Gaming Authority (MGA)
- UK Gambling Commission (UKGC)
- Curacao Gaming Control Board
The gaming supplier also has certifications in Georgia and Belarus and has secured a license in Greece. After strengthening its European presence, the US was the next logical move for the company to grow even further.
Michigan online casino market wasn’t a random choice
According to the report released by the state’s regulator last month, the Michigan online casino market is rising. Michigan operators set another record in revenue in November, surpassing the previous best from October.
Michigan regulators reported that Michigan online casinos accounted for $145.4 million in November revenue, exceeding the October revenue totaling $141 million.
The state’s year-to-date online gaming revenue was $1.3 billion, while online sports betting was $188.8 million.
Michigan commercial and tribal operators brought in online gaming and sports betting revenue of $186.27 million. That represented a 2.1% drop month-on-month from $190.2 million.