Supremeland Granted Gaming Supplier License

Written By Matthew Lomon on May 20, 2024
Welcome to Michigan license plate. The Swedish iGaming provider's products are coming soon to Michigan online casinos. Though, specific partnerships are still to be announced.

Michigan’s already expansive online gambling portfolio is showing no signs of slowing down. Supremeland Gaming Inc. has announced it has received approval for a supplier license in The Great Lakes State.

As such, Michigan joins exclusive company in becoming the fourth US state to offer Supremeland’s online casino products.

The Swedish iGaming provider has also secured interim approvals in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and West Virginia.

While Supremeland has not yet revealed which Michigan online casinos it will partner with, CEO Rickard Öhrn views the market as one rich with opportunity.

“With approvals already in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and West Virginia, our entry into Michigan underscores our dedication to serving players nationwide,” Öhrn said in a news 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 US iGaming community.”

Michigan still the place to be for online casino providers

One might think that increased competition may steer some online casino suppliers and operators away from Michigan. After all, the goal is to outperform contemporaries and turn a profit.

Instead, it’s been the exact opposite. Michigan continues to attract both foreign and domestic iGaming providers despite growing competition.

The online casino market, which just surpassed $5 billion in lifetime revenue, recently set a new monthly revenue record.

In March, the combined revenue total between the state’s 15 online casino operators was $215.2 million. That’s up 15% from February’s total, and previous record of $188 million. In January, total revenue reached $181.8 million.

Supremeland’s internationally recognized games on the way

Although a relatively young provider having only debuted in November 2023, Supremeland’s game portfolio has quickly gained international merit.

Among the titles Michiganders can expect to see are Red Panda Rising and Munition Mine. The latter is particularly appealing because its launch in Michigan will mark its global premiere.

As noted earlier, Supremeland did not name any online casino partners in its statement. With that, there is no official timeline for when its games will become available, just yet.

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Matthew Lomon has been a contributor at Catena Media’s network of regional sites since July 2022. He first broke into covering the legal North American gambling industry with PlayCanada. Since then, Matthew's reporting has extended to PlayMichigan, PlayPennsylvania, and PlayIllinois. Based out of Toronto, Ontario, Matthew is an avid (bordering on fanatic) sports fan.

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