1X2 Network granted iGaming approval in Michigan

1X2 Network Secures Full Supplier’s License from Michigan Gaming Control Board

1X2 Network, the renowned iGaming content and software developer, has officially been granted a complete supplier’s license by the Michigan Gaming Control Board. This milestone marks a significant achievement for the company as it expands its operations throughout the Americas, following its successful clearance in Ontario last year.

With this approval, players in Michigan can now enjoy a wide range of games from 1X2 Network’s in-house gaming studios, including Iron Dog Studio, Prospect Gaming, and AD Lunam. Exciting titles such as 1 Million Megaways BC, 1 Million Fortunes Megaways, and Iron Dog Studio’s Strike Series of Hold and Win games will be available for Michigan players.

Furthermore, the highly anticipated game Maverick, developed by AD Lunam, will soon be accessible to operators and players in Michigan on the 1X2 Network platform. Maverick represents 1X2 Network’s entry into the crash and multiplier gaming genre and has received great acclaim since its introduction in February under the AD Lunam brand.

Kevin Reid, CEO of 1X2 Network, expressed his pride in bringing their esteemed content to the US market, particularly in a state like Michigan that recognizes the immense potential of regulated iGaming. He also emphasized their commitment to the sector’s future being in regulation, embracing the competition and eagerly strengthening their position in the US.

In addition to their success in Michigan, 1X2 Network recently obtained a Swedish B2B gaming license from the Swedish Gambling Authority (SGA) in May. With licenses already held in the UK, Romania, Greece, Malta, and Ontario, 1X2 Network continues to solidify its global presence in the iGaming industry.

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