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Supremeland Gaming Earns License In Michigan, Its Fourth Online Casino State 

Written By Katarina Vojvodic | Updated:
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Supremeland Gaming Inc. has gained approval for a supplier license in Michigan.

The move marks the company’s approval in the fourth US online casino state following the successful acquisition of interim approvals in West Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

Supremeland Gaming still hasn’t revealed which online casinos it will partner with in Michigan, but says it is excited about the new market’s opportunities.

Supremeland Gaming plans to announce fifth US online casino state soon

Supremeland’s game portfolio has garnered international appeal since its launch in November 2023. The company’s innovative brand products include first-class games, like Red Panda Rising and its global debut, Munition Mine.

The iGaming content provider is approved to operate under this license and is now authorized to offer its cutting-edge innovation to the Great Lakes State. As the company emphasized, the continued expansion underscores its “commitment to pushing the boundaries of innovation in the iGaming industry.”

Rickard Öhrn, the CEO of Supremeland Gaming Inc., told PlayUSA:

“It is correct that we have gained approval for supplier licenses in Pennsylvania and Michigan as well as interim licenses in New Jersey and West Virginia. As our business is primarily focused on the North American online casino market, our goal is to have Supplier Licenses in all US States who accept iGaming, over time. We’re currently in multiple processes and expect to announce our fifth approval in the near future.”

The company also said it “looks forward to delivering innovative, engaging, and responsible gaming solutions” to the rapidly growing US iGaming community.

Now that Supremeland Gaming is present in four out of seven US online casino states and aiming to expand, we can expect it to look at Delaware, Connecticut and Rhode Island next.

Supremeland Gaming plans to distribute to all major US online casino operators

Supremeland wants to extend or initiate the collaboration with leading US online casino operators. As Öhrn told PlayUSA:

“EveryMatrix is our distribution partner, and through their excellent network, we expect to have our games distributed to all the larger US online casino operators in each state. In New Jersey, we are delighted to have DraftKings, BetMGM and Borgata, to name a few, providing our games.

We are currently releasing our first three games and soon two more will come and before the end of the year we will have many more games to present to the market.”

Supremeland Gaming still hasn’t revealed which Michigan online casino operators it will partner with. However, Michigan is a lucrative online casino market that offers many opportunities for collaboration.

Michigan’s online gambling market is every iGaming company’s primary target. It usually ranks second in iGaming revenue in the US, right after Pennsylvania.

In March 2024, gross revenue for Michigan’s 15 licensed operators was $215.2 million, marking the first time since the 2013 launch that online casino revenue surpassed $200 million.

FanDuel, BetMGM and DraftKings are the state’s leading online casinos. Other successful operators include Caesars, BetRivers, Golden Nugget, and Barstool/Hollywood.

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Katarina Vojvodic is a lead writer for PlayUSA who lives in Toronto. Vojvodic provides coverage of the US gambling industry with a focus on US online casinos. Previously, she covered Ontario’s online gambling industry for Vojvodic holds a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Belgrade. Outside working hours, she can be found near the water with her husband and their two kids.

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