Play’n GO Gains First US License to Supply Slot Games in Michigan
Play’n GO, the industry-leading casino games developer, has been awarded a provisional license as a games supplier in the state of Michigan, and it is the first license the developer has secured in the USA.
This signals an entry into the US markets for Play’n GO, and the company has expressed that it intends to expand its footprint in North America by entering more regulated states in the future.
Players in Michigan will now have the chance to enjoy the wide portfolio of titles that Play’n GO has to offer, including the games Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead, Reactoonz, Rise of Olympus, and Legacy of Dead.
This year has been a busy period for Play’n GO, with the company releasing 27 new titles so far, including, Gigantoonz, Reactoonz, Wild Trigger, Raging Rex 2, 15 Crystal Roses: A Tale of Love, Egyptian-themed King’s Mask, and recently Rotiki.
This is a landmark moment in the history of Play’n GO. We started by designing casino games specifically for mobile before the smartphone even existed and now are breaking into America as the leading supplier to more than 25 regulated markets globally, which is such a credit to everyone at Play’n GO. We believe we are uniquely positioned to succeed in the US.
Our aim is to see Play’n GO games become as beloved in the US as they are in every other regulated market around the world. We know that each regulated market is different and that this will take time in the US, but we are absolutely committed to expanding our footprint across the country.
This is also a chance to debut Rich Wilde and the Book of Dead, one of the most successful slots globally, and introduce players in North America to the outstanding variety of high-quality slots produced by Play’n GO.
The variety of slots in the Play’n GO portfolio is echoed by the rock band-themed slots offered, including Def Leppard Hysteria, KISS Reels of Rock, and *NSYNC Pop, based on the legendary rock groups and boy bands.