Expansion within the United States

1X2 Network receives full supplier's license from Michigan Gaming Control Board

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iGaming supplier 1X2 Network has obtained a full supplier's license from the Michigan Gaming Control Board. The entry of 1X2 Network into the Great Lakes State marks a milestone in the company's expansion within the US, and its ongoing expansion efforts across the Americas.

This achievement follows approval granted in Ontario, Canada last year. Kevin Reid, CEO of 1X2 Network, expressed pride in introducing the supplier's content to the United States. 

"Michigan represents one of the first states to fully appreciate the powerful opportunities for regulated iGaming," he stated. "We share Michigan’s belief in the sector’s future being in regulation, and we welcome the challenge to strengthen our position in the U.S.A. amongst such exciting competition."

With this approval, players in Michigan will gain access to a variety of games from 1X2 Network's in-house game studios, including Iron Dog Studio, Prospect Gaming, and AD LUNAM.

These games encompass titles like 1 Million Megaways BC, 1 Million Fortunes Megaways, and Iron Dog Studio's Strike Series of Hold and Win games. "All games have already seen considerable popularity amongst Canadian players," says the supplier.

Moreover, Michigan's operators and players will soon be able to try AD LUNAM's debut title, Maverick, via the 1X2 Network. Maverick, launched in February this year alongside the AD LUNAM brand, represents one of 1X2 Network's initial ventures into crash and multiplier gaming. 

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