Supremeland Gaming enters Michigan’s online casino market

Supremeland Gaming enters Michigan’s online casino market

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Supremeland Gaming enters Michigan’s online casino market

The Swedish operator Supremeland Gaming Inc. has just acquired a vendor license to expand in Michigan.

After West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, Michigan is now the fourth state in the US to accept Supremeland’s online casino games. Supremeland is based in the New York region, but it has development centers in Las Vegas, Stockholm, and New Delhi. The company has not yet made clear which Michigan online casinos it would partner up with.

Rickard Öhrn, the CEO of Supremeland, highlighted the company’s commitment to expanding its presence in the U.S. and praised the dynamic iGaming community in Michigan. He stated:

“We are excited about the opportunities this new market brings and look forward to delivering innovative, engaging and responsible gaming solutions to the rapidly growing US iGaming community.”

Among the games offered to Michigan residents are “Red Panda Rising” and “Munition Mine,” the latter having its global debut in Michigan. Supremeland’s other titles, including “Graveyard Gang,” “Beer Stein Bears,” “The Fun Hell,” “Wild Quad Squad,” and “Die Piñata, Die,” may also be available, although their release in the U.S. has not been confirmed.

Michigan’s online casino sector has expanded significantly, recently surpassing $5 billion in total revenue. In March alone, the state generated a record $215.2 million in online casino revenue, an increase of fifteen percent over the prior month. The arrival of Supremeland is projected to increase these income statistics even more.

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