MGCB Grants a License to the 1X2 Network for Exclusive Games at MI Online Casinos

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mgcb grants a license to the 1x2 network for exclusive games at mi online

Michigan’s online casino catalog will soon include new unique games from 1X2 Network. The MGCB gave 1X2 Network a full gaming supplier’s license on August 15, allowing it to provide its games to Michigan-based online casinos.

For the UK-based developer, who is already well-known abroad and in Ontario, it is their first entrance to the US.

The Michigan Online Casino Sector Welcomes 1X2 Network

It is a significant milestone for 1X2 Network, which is looking to expand into the United States, to be awarded a license in Michigan.

1X2 identified Michigan’s initiatives to prevent illegal gambling as a crucial component of holding a license in the state.

According to Kevin Reid, CEO of 1X2 Network, the company is delighted to introduce its content to the United States, and Michigan is one of the first states to see the significant advantages of regulated iGaming. The company accepts the challenge of bolstering its position in the US amidst such intense competition because it agrees with Michigan that the market’s future lies in regulation.

After receiving a license, 1X2 Network can start negotiating with Michigan online casino companies. As soon as the negotiations are complete, the games will become available to the players in the state.

About 1X2 Network

1X2 Network (previously 1X2 Gaming) was founded in 2002 in the United Kingdom. Hove (the city of Brighton & Hove) serves as the company’s headquarters. Even though this provider is very popular and well-regarded, it is still privately owned and only employs a limited number of people.

In contrast to the majority of contemporary content providers that favor specialized niche markets, 1X2 Network creates keno, instant win games, and virtual sports like tennis, soccer, horse and dog racing, and rugby in addition to the traditional casino games like slots and table games.

In June 2017, the provider debuted a new subsidiary called “Iron Dog Studio” while continuing to expand its catalog of games and sign new contracts.

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