DWG continues North American growth into Michigan & Pennsylvania

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Design Work Gaming has asserted that it’s “serious about transforming online casino content in the US,” after being granted licenses to provide its games to real money online operators in Michigan and Pennsylvania.

The igaming content studio, whose expansion across the country is continuing to pick up pace, was granted the approvals in consecutive days by the Michigan Gaming Control Board and the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, allowing it to supply its content to regulated online operators in the states.

DWG already holds a similar license from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, meaning its games are now licensed in the three largest states to offer regulated online casino games.

“We’re serious about transforming online casino content in the US, and that means taking our games into all regulated jurisdictions across the country,” stated Troy Zurawski, DWG CEO

“Michigan and Pennsylvania are new and exciting markets that are crying out for original, world-class content. Our proprietary RGS integrated with SG Digital affords us break-neck speed to market. We can’t wait to deliver our best-in-class content to the players of these great states.”

Last month, Scientific Games secured its latest North America exclusive distribution agreement, which saw DWG provide a further enhancement to the group’s OpenGaming portfolio.

The three-year agreement will see the Arizona-based firm roll out its online casino titles across the US and Canada through the OpenGaming platform, providing customers with an added array of content as well supplying opportunities for bespoke game development.