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Gaming Realms receives approval of full Michigan licence

Gaming Realms has been approved for a full iGaming Supplier Licence in the state of Michigan.

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The developer and licensor of mobile focused gaming content was issued with its provisional licence in Michigan in January 2021, with the full licence now added to its other two full licences for New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

The group added that its application to supply games in Ontario has been submitted, and is currently being processed.

Gaming Realms also provided a Q3 trading update, saying: “The company continues to be encouraged by the performance of its games across its North American and European markets and remains confident of meeting its full year targets.”

Content licensing revenue has increased 35% year-on-year, while the new licensing and games pipeline has also grown. Its Slingo content meanwhile has recently gone live with Wynnbet in New Jersey and Fanduel in Michigan.

“Gaming Realms is on track to deliver another excellent year of growth,” said Michael Buckley, Executive Chairman of Gaming Realms. “Looking ahead, we have a strong pipeline of new licensing agreements and with the approval of a full iGaming Supplier Licence in Michigan we have further cemented our position in the US market. 

“With our application process underway for Ontario we continue to look forward with confidence.”

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