Hacksaw Gaming Secures Access to the Michigan Market

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iGaming provider Hacksaw Gaming has been granted a provisional internet gaming supplier license in Michigan. The approval will allow Hacksaw Gaming to distribute its portfolio of games to licensed operators in the Michigan gambling market. This means that players in the state will soon have access to a range of Hacksaw Gaming hit titles like Hand of Anubis, Let it Snow, and Cash Compass.

Another amazing achievement that wouldn’t have been possible without our outstanding team. We’re looking directly at the face of even further growth in the US and we’re ready to show Michigan just what Hacksaw Gaming games can do.

Marcus CordesHacksaw Gaming CEO

The development marks a significant achievement for Hacksaw Gaming in its quest to expand its presence in North America and the world. In the past year, the company secured provisional licenses in New Jersey, West Virginia, and Sweden.

The provider has also been partnering with operators in its targeted markets. Last month, it signed content distribution agreements with Top Bet in Bulgaria and NetBet in Denmark. It also struck a similar deal with Maxbet earlier this month.

iGaming Market Success

Hacksaw Gaming enters Michigan at an important period when the state’s iGaming market is experiencing a consistent upward trend. Last month, the state was ranked as the top online casino gaming market in the United States by the American Gaming Association.

In January, the Great Lake state reported earning an all-time high revenue of $2.30bn from its iGaming and sports betting market, with iGaming contributing the highest at $1.40bn. The state is home to several operators, including FanDuel, Caesars Palace, BetMGM, Golden Nugget, and more.

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