Software studio NetGaming has made its first steps into the US market after being granted an Internet Gaming Supplier License from the Michigan Gaming Control Board.
By entering Michigan, NetGaming will be able to roll out its portfolio of casino content to players across the Great Lakes State. This will include the provider’s flagship titles: 3 Wild Jokers, Aped, Juicy Gold 100 and Casino Punks.
CEO Pallavi Deshmukh said “We are thrilled to receive the license. The licensing process in the US is arduous and is a big undertaking. We worked relentlessly to ensure all the Is were dotted and the Ts were crossed.
“For a start-up to receive an igaming license in the US is no small feat. I am incredibly proud of our team, who are my strength. We can’t wait to go live with our launch partner.”
As well as further state entries planned for 2023, NetGaming explained that it also has a number of new games in the pipeline for its US players.
The provider currently holds MGA, UK and Curacao licenses with certifications in both Georgia and Belarus.
The group has also secured a license in Greece. Not only has this strengthened NetGaming’s European presence, but the provider has also committed to launch in the market soon alongside “one of the biggest operators”.