As Michigan prepares for its eventual online casino gaming and online sports betting platforms to potentially launch this fall, more gaming suppliers are aligning themselves with the state.
The Nevada-based Spin Games became the latest supplier to be granted a provisional iGaming supplier license in Michigan. The approval by the Michigan Gaming Control Board will enable Spin to deploy its proprietary and third-party iGaming content to licensed operators in the state via its Remote Gaming Server Platform.
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“We are pleased to receive our Michigan provisional license, which enables us to support its soon-to-open online market with our award-winning content and versatile ROC platform,” Kent Young, Spin Games CEO and chairman, said in a news release.
According to its website, Spin Games specializes in designing and developing world-class premium and aggregated gaming content and technology for the regulated interactive, play for fun and real iGaming markets.
Spin Games’ content library includes over 150 interactive games, including slots, video poker, bingo, keno, Asian-style games and out-of-the-box content concepts. The company also has technology and content licensing agreements with well-known land-based slot content providers such as Konami Gaming, Everi, Incredible Technologies and Highlight Games.
Spin Games also highlights its award-winning Remote Gaming Server, which it says “seamlessly interfaces with any back-end internet gaming system to deliver feature-rich gaming content that can be played on any device and on any browser.” The ROC is currently approved and licensed for real money gaming in multiple North American regulated markets.
“This significant regulatory approval demonstrates the strength of our company’s products and our commitment to deepen our support of North America’s rapidly growing online market, and we are pleased to have already secured numerous agreements with online operators who are pending licensing,” Young said. “We look forward to being part of Michigan’s expansion into online gaming and appreciate the MGCB’s confidence in our company and our technology.”
A November launch has been a realistic target for the debut of online casino gaming and online sports betting in Michigan.
The fall projection still appears on track following the final draft of sports betting and iGaming rules sent to the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (JCAR) on Oct. 8. The rules can be acted upon or waived starting on Oct. 13 and for up to 15 days of the session.
With the certificate of adoption an estimated 25-day process, it could lead Michigan to the projected November launch of its online casino gaming and online sports betting platforms.