Michigan approves Supremeland Gaming for supplier license

Supremeland Gaming Michigan Approval
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Supremeland Gaming has received approval to operate in a new online casino market.

The New York-based iGaming technology company has been approved for a supplier license in Michigan, bringing its reach to four regulated U.S. markets. Supremeland has also received license approval in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and West Virginia.

“With approvals already in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and West Virginia, our entry into Michigan underscores our dedication to serving players nationwide,” said CEO Rickard Öhrn. “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 U.S. iGaming community.”

Supremeland Gaming is authorized to provide Michigan iGaming players with a diverse catalog of games, which debuted in November 2023.

The company’s portfolio of games includes Red Panda Rising and Munition Mine. Both titles are distributed by EveryMatrix as part of a pact with Supremeland that also extends to New Jersey’s iGaming market.

Supremeland Gaming in New Jersey

In March, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement approved Supremeland for market access with games developed and released in partnership with EveryMatrix.

Earlier this month, Supremeland’s content went live on DraftKings in New Jersey through its pact with EveryMatrix. It is the first exclusive content aggregation deal in the U.S.

Supremeland also partners with Gaming Labs International and eCOGRA.