Tier one slot developer has been granted a Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier License by the state regulator
Stakelogic, the in-demand developer of chart-topping online casino content, has made its hotly anticipated debut in the US market after securing a provisional license to operate in the fast-growing Michigan market.
With its Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier License from the Michigan regulator in hand, Stakelogic will now be able to offer operators in the state the opportunity to integrate its proven classic slots and modern video slots into their game lobbies.
While the developer’s classic slots have proved to be a big hit with players, so too have its blockbuster video slots. This includes titles such as El Patron, Atlantis Gold and Candy Wild Bonanza Hold and Spin.
These video slots boast impressive animations and artwork, big sound and thrilling gameplay taken to the next level by bonus features such as Wilds, Multipliers, Free Spins and of course Super Stake.
The launch in Michigan forms part of wider efforts to establish Stakelogic as a leading casino content provider in North America with additional state launches set for the coming months.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO at Stakelogic, said: “Securing approval to launch in Michigan is a milestone moment for Stakelogic and our ambitions for the US market where we intend to become a leading provider of popular online casino content.
Our classic slots and video slots have taken global markets by storm, and we expect them to be a big hit with players in Michigan and across the US. We are already in talks with operators in Michigan and look forward to integrating our slots in due course.
I’d like to thank the Michigan regulator for working with us on securing our license and we now look forward to seeing players in the state enjoy the engaging and entertaining experience our games deliver with each spin.”