1X2 Network Granted Supplier’s License by Michigan Regulator

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The Michigan Gaming Control Board has recently granted 1X2 Network a full supplier’s licence. Following their approval in Ontario in 2022, 1X2 Network’s entry into Michigan signifies a monumental step in their American expansion plans.

Michigan Players to Enjoy Games from Top Studios

This licence allows players in Michigan to engage with games from 1X2 Network’s internal game studios, including Iron Dog Studio, Prospect Gaming and AD Lunam. Popular titles include “1 Million Megaways BC”, “1 Million Fortunes Megaways”, and the “Strike Series of Hold and Win” games from Iron Dog Studio.

In the near future, operators and gamers in Michigan can look forward to “Maverick”, AD Lunam’s debut game, being available on the 1X2 Network. Launched in February under the AD Lunam name, “Maverick” represents one of the company’s initial ventures into crash and multiplier gaming. Since its introduction, a series of well-received arcade games have been unveiled.

Related: 1x2 Network Looks to the Future with New AD Lunam Studio.

CEO Welcomes the Good News

Kevin Reid, the CEO of 1x2 Network had the following to say for the received license.

We’re immensely proud to bring out content to the US, and Michigan represents one of the first states to fully appreciate the powerful opportunities for regulated iGaming. We share Michigan’s belief in the sector's future being in regulation and welcome the challenge to strengthen our position in the US amongst such exciting competition.

Kevin Reid1X2 Network CEO

In other regulation news, this May saw 1X2 Network securing a Swedish B2B gaming licence from the Swedish Gambling Authority (SGA). The UK-based digital gaming content and software firm also holds licences in the UK, Romania, Greece, Malta, and Ontario.

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