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

Design Works Gaming has continued its US adventure after the studio inked a deal with BetMGM to launch in Michigan. 

Following on from DWG’s entry into the New Jersey market, the studio is expecting to replicate its Garden State performance in Michigan as the firm brings titles like LuckyTap and Vegas-inspired titles to the Great Lakes State. 

“After the success we’ve seen with our games in New Jersey, our team is brimming with excitement to finally be live in Michigan and to debut with the largest operator in the state,” stated DWG’s CEO, Troy Zurawski

“In just a few short months since going live with BetMGM in New Jersey, we’ve seen unmatched dedication to creating the best player experience possible. The BetMGM team has been incredible to work with and the collaboration efforts surrounding bespoke games is truly exciting.”

BetMGM Casino players in Michigan now have access to player favourites, including Double Fancy 7s and 10X Fortune. DWG holds licences in four US states: New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Connecticut.

This link-up comes a few months after DWG continued to target the UK online casino ecosystem after adding Rank Interactive to its roster within the country. 

Under the terms of the agreement, an array of DWG titles, which are lauded as having “quickly gained the attention of some of the biggest names in the industry,” have gone live.

This included games such as Double Fancy 7’s and Panda Queen, as well as further titles Diamonds, Sapphires & Rubies, which are available with Rank Group’s Mecca Bingo and Grosvenor Casino brands.