Stakelogic’s debut on the US market was made possible by a Michigan Provisional License.
The Michigan regulator has granted the Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier Licence to the developer, allowing operators the possibility of integrating its traditional and new video slots in their gaming lobbies.
As noted by Stakelogic, the launch in the state forms part of the group’s wider efforts to establish itself as a leading casino content provider in North America, with additional state launches expected in the coming months.
The company added that its blockbuster video slots boast “impressive animations and artwork, big sound and thrilling gameplay,” which is “taken to the next level” due to bonus features like wilds, multipliers and free spins.
“Securing approval to launch in Michigan is a milestone moment for Stakelogic and our ambitions for the US market where we intend to become a leading provider of popular online casino content,” said Stakelogic CEO Stephan van den Oetelaar.
“Our classic slots and video slots have taken global markets by storm, and we expect them to be a big hit with players in Michigan and across the US. We have already begun talks with Michigan operators and are looking forward to the integration of our slot machines in the future.
“I’d like to thank the Michigan regulator for working with us on securing our licence and we now look forward to seeing players in the state enjoy the engaging and entertaining experience our games deliver with each spin.”
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