The global slot supplier has gained its third US approval following New Jersey and West Virginia.
US.- Slots developer Wazdan has secured licence approval to supply games to licensed operators in Michigan. The approval marks Wazdan’s third in the US following New Jersey and West Virginia and its 19th globally.
The supplier licence approval enables the company to launch its portfolio of games, including 9 Lions, Larry the Leprechaun, and Black Horse Deluxe, in the regulated market.
Michal Imiolek, chief operating officer at Wazdan Michigan, said: “We are very pleased to receive our licence for Michigan, which marks our nineteenth regulated market certification.
“We work tirelessly to ensure our games meet the rigid standards expected by the industry’s regulators. North America has been a huge growth area for the business, and we can’t wait to hit the ground running in the state.”
In November, Wazdan was approved to enter its second US market after securing an interim supplier licence in West Virginia. The approval expanded Wazdan’s reach in the US following its debut in New Jersey earlier this year.
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