The Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier Licence will enable the developer to offer its online casino content to operators in the state.
US.- Online casino games developer Stakelogic has secured a provisional licence to operate in Michigan. The Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier Licence issued by the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) will enable Stakelogic to provide its online slots to licensed operators.
The launch in Michigan is part of the company’s effort to expand in the North American market. It plans to launch in other states over the coming months.
Stakelogic chief executive Stephan van den Oetelaar 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.”
In March, Stakelogic named Richard Walker, a veteran of companies such as Evolution, Rank Group and Caesars Entertainment, as its new head of live casino. He leads Stakelogic Live’s studios, products, commercial, content and operations.
With more than 25 years of gaming experience, Walker most recently worked as a consultant for several gaming companies. At Stakelogic, he works with the company’s head of studios, Anthony Sammut, and head of operations, Sanita Gabriel.
MGA grants licence to Stakelogic Live
In March, Stakelogic picked up a supplier licence from the Malta Gaming Authority to offer its live casino products in jurisdictions that accept MGA licences. Stakelogic Live is streamed from studios in Birkirkara, in Malta, and Eindhoven in The Netherlands.
The supplier, which opened its Malta headquarters in April 2020, designs and develops its games in-house. It says it’s “pushing the boundaries and coming up with new live dealer features and innovations”.