Gaming Realms granted provisional iGaming supplier license in U.S. State of Michigan

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LONDON: Gaming Realms plc, the developer and licensor of mobile focused gaming content, has been awarded a provisional iGaming supplier license by the Michigan Gaming Control Board, as it remains focused on increasing its presence in the United States.

Michigan is the tenth largest state within the U.S., with a population of circa 10 million people. The license will allow Gaming Realms to provide its Slingo Originals game content to Michigan’s licensed online casino operators once iGaming is approved to go live by the State’s Gaming Control Board, which is expected to happen imminently.

Michael Buckley, Executive Chairman of Gaming Realms, commented: “We are delighted to have obtained our provisional iGaming license in Michigan, which presents a larger player market than New Jersey, where the Group operates at present.

“We already have a number of deals signed with operators licensed in Michigan and we are confident that it will be a strong market for us, given the awareness of Slingo as a successful gaming brand. We look forward to being amongst those helping to launch its new iGaming market.”

Gaming Realms creates and licenses innovative games for mobile, with operations in the UK, U.S. and Canada. Through its unique IP and brands, Gaming Realms is bringing together media, entertainment and gaming assets in new game formats. The Gaming Realms management team includes accomplished entrepreneurs and experienced executives from a wide range of leading gaming and media companies.

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