4ThePlayer notches second state under its belt via Michigan licence

Michigan recorded a new record for its internet gaming gross receipts for October, surpassing the previous figure set in April this year.

4ThePlayer’s US expansion has continued to advance after the slot supplier gained a provisional licence to enter the state of Michigan. 

Marking the company’s second US state entry, the studio will launch its flagship title 9k Yeti into the Great Lake State in the coming month, with other titles including 6 Wild Sharks and 3 Secret Cities set to follow. 

Chris Ash, Business Development Director and Co-Founder of 4ThePlayer.com, noted: “This is another exciting chapter for 4ThePlayer. We are thrilled to have our second state under our belt. Our US rollout and market-specific roadmap is looking very exciting over the next 12-month period.”

4ThePlayer’s games will be available in Michigan via Gaming Realms, the firm’s US platform partner.

As previously mentioned, 4ThePlayer’s entry into Michigan marks the second state in which its content is live. In August of this year, the company confirmed that it gained a transactional waiver by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to release its titles in the Garden State. 

Similar to Michigan, the supplier’s first title launched in the market was 9k Yeti, made available on Gaming Realms via a platform distribution deal that was announced in 2021.