Wazdan has added its nineteenth regulated market nod, after the casino game supplier maintained a run of licensing certifications after gaining the green-light in Michigan.
The receipt of the licence will allow the provider to bring its array of slots to the regulated state, following similar legislative recognition in the US for New Jersey and West Virginia.
February saw online casinos and poker rooms across Michigan generate revenue of $122.8m through the month, with the shortened month surpassing December’s previous best of $121.8m.
The Great Lake State has become the nineteenth regulated market for Wazdan, and comes after the group gained certification for 23 of its titles in the Dutch market earlier this month.
Earlier in the year, Wazdan teamed-up with the former Scientific Games in a bid to enhance its presence across regulated North American regions through the group’s OpenGaming platform.
Under the terms of the partnership with the rebranded Light & Wonder, both said that they would collaborate to provide mobile-first titles within the states of New Jersey and West Virginia, which was scheduled to commence in Q1 2022.
Michal Imiolek, Chief Operating Officer at Wazdan MI, said of the company’s latest licensing nod: “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.”