It has been announced today that the Michigan Gaming Control Board has awarded a provisional license for the spply of iGaming services by AGS.
This iGaming license will open up doors for AGS so that it can provide its proprietary casino games to online operators in The Great Lakes state when iGaming goes live, possibly at the end of this year, but likely next year.
Through the casino game suppliers Remote Gaming Server product, AGS will introduce its ‘proven’ and ‘high performing’ game content that is already active in land based casinos.
Rakin’ Bacon, Fu Nan Fu Nu, Jade Wins and Capital Gains are just a few of the high performing casino slots games from the providers ‘robust’ content suite.
As part of the deal, AGS will be helping launch Michigan’s new iGaming program, which is anticipated to be a strong gaming market.
AGS is a leading supplier of casino games and slots to many casino operators around the world. Its active markets include Europe, Latin America and states in the US where online gambling is already legal and live, including Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Executive Vice President of AGS Matt Reback commented on the provisional license from the Michigan Gaming Control Board and what it means for residents living in the state:
“We are excited about being awarded our provisional iGaming license in Michigan and look forward to helping the state launch its new iGaming program.
We are confident that Michigan is going to be a strong market for us, with three commercial casinos that cater to a repeat player base, and player familiarity with AGS games due to the popularity and longevity of our land-based games in the Michigan market.”