NetGaming Enters US Market, Will Start With Michigan Online Casinos

Written By Drew Ellis on January 9, 2023
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A new gaming supplier is making its way into the United States, and it’s using Michigan as a launching point.

NetGaming was granted an iGaming supplier license by the Michigan Gaming Control Board during last month’s public board meeting.

That means Michigan online casino players will soon see games from the brand that is mostly established overseas appearing on their apps.

NetGaming starts US run with online casinos in Michigan

NetGaming is a relatively young company in the online casino industry.

It was formed in 2018 and is currently operating in the United Kingdom, Belarus, Malta and Curacao. It also recently secured a license in Greece.

Michigan is the first state NetGaming has secured a license for in the United States. It plans to pursue licenses in other states as well.

“We are thrilled to receive the license. The licensing process in the US is arduous and is a big undertaking. We worked relentlessly to ensure all the i’s were dotted and the t’s were crossed,” said NetGaming CEO Pallavi Deshmukh in a press release. “For a start-up to receive an igaming license in the US is no small feat. I am incredibly proud of our team, who are my strength. We can’t wait to go live with our launch partner.”

What online casino games does NetGaming offer?

NetGaming lists 34 different games as part of its inventory. It describe its gaming focus as “beautiful game design with innovative maths.”

NetGaming ApedInitially, Michigan iGaming players will see the following four NetGaming titles appear:

  • 3 Wild Jokers
  • Aped
  • Casino Punks
  • Juicy Gold 100

NetGaming anticipates more titles to become available throughout the rest of 2023.

Michigan online casinos continue to thrive

Michigan online casinos saw a second consecutive month of record revenue in November.

The 14 online operators brought in a collective $145.4 million in revenue last month. That topped October’s previous record month of just under $141 million by 3.2%.

Michigan has recorded five consecutive months of online revenue greater than any month throughout all of 2021.

For the year, Michigan has over $1.4 billion in online casino revenue. That has yet to factor in December’s numbers, which will be released in the coming weeks.

In 2021, Michigan recorded $1.1 billion in online casino revenue collectively.

Screenshots courtesy of NetGaming.

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Drew Ellis is currently the Lead Writer of He was the former Lead Writer of PlayMichigan, the No. 1 source for online gambling news in Michigan. A lifelong resident of the state, Ellis has been working in various forms of media since 1998, including more than a decade in the sports betting industry prior to transitioning into US casino markets in 2020.

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