Supremeland Gaming Expands in US with Michigan Approval

iGaming developer Supremeland Gaming has been awarded a supplier license in Michigan.

Supremeland Gaming can now offer its portfolio of titles to licensed operators in Michigan. (Source: Pixabay)

Listen to this news articleLISTEN TO THIS ARTICLE:

The approval, granted by the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB), allows Supremeland Gaming to partner with approved operators and deliver its innovative games in the Great Lakes State.

The development aligns with Supremeland Gaming’s goals as it continues expanding into the United States. The developer is also approved in three other jurisdictions, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and West Virginia.

Earlier this month, Supremeland Gaming launched its content on DraftKings in New Jersey via its distribution agreement with EveryMatrix. The deal was the first content aggregation partnership in the United States.

With approvals already in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and West Virginia, our entry into Michigan underscores our dedication to serving players nationwide. 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.

Rickard ÖhrnSupremeland Gaming CEO

Relatively new in the industry, Supremeland Gaming launched in November 2023. The developer boasts a variety of games, including Graveyard Gang, Panda Rising, Munition Mine and The Fun Hell.

More Business News

Michigan Market of Opportunities

Michigan is the fifth state to legalize online gambling in the United States. The state is home to various casino operators, including FanDuel, DraftKings, BetMGM, BetRivers, PlayEagle, Four Winds and more. While these operators are potential customers of Supremeland, they feature titles from other iGaming developers like NetEnt, Evolution, IGT, Everi and Konami.

In February, iGaming had the highest gross receipts in the state, at $188 million, an increase of 3.35% from $181.9 million in January. Adjusted gross receipts (AGR) for the sector reached $169.2 million monthly.


Leave a Comment

user avatar
My Name United States of America
Your Comment

User Comments

Comments for Supremeland Gaming Expands in US with Michigan Approval