Supremeland Gaming Gains Michigan License As Supplier

Supremeland Gaming Gains Michigan License As Supplier
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Operators in the Michigan online casinos market have another option as an iGaming supplier.

Supremeland Gaming has been granted a license in the Great Lakes State this week. The company – based in New York with development hubs in Las Vegas; Stockholm, Sweden and New Delhi, India – had already been approved to operate in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and West Virginia. All of those approvals have come in 2024; in fact, the Michigan license is Supremeland’s second this week, as New Jersey gave the company the green light on Monday.

That accounts for four of the seven legal iGaming markets currently operating in the United States.

Among the games that Supremeland Gaming offers are Red Panda Rising, Beer Stein Bears, Munition Mine and Wild Quad Squad.

Customers at online slots Michigan sites can now look forward to the company’s gaming options.

More About Supremeland Gaming

Supremeland has partnerships with Every Matrix, GLI and eCogra to develop games for various online casino markets.

“With approvals already in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and West Virginia, our entry into Michigan underscores our dedication to serving players nationwide,” Supremeland Gaming CEO Rickard Öhrn said in a company release. “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.”

Included under the company’s umbrella is Powderkeg Studios, based in Las Vegas.

Approval in Michigan is well-timed because iGaming in the state has proven to be very lucrative. In April alone, the state reported $194.47 million, a state record, in total adjusted gross receipts from online casino operators. That month produced $39.44 million in state taxes from total internet gaming. In 2023, Michigan iGaming generated just over $354 million in taxes from an AGR exceeding $1.732 billion.

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Jim Tomlin writes and edits for In 30 years as a journalist he has worked for publications such as the Tampa Bay Times, Saturday Tradition, Saturday Down South and FanRag. He now lends his sports and gambling expertise to BetMichigan among other websites.

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