Pariplay’s US endeavor continues with the approval of Michigan license

Pariplay’s US endeavor continues with the approval of Michigan license

Pariplay, an aggregator and online casino content provider, has accelerated its expansion into the United States by obtaining a provisional license in Michigan. 

Pariplay nears Michigan casino entry

Aspire Global’s subsidiary has obtained the ‘Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier License,’ which will enable the state to access Pariplay’s aggregation offering.

Following its debut in New Jersey 12 months ago, the company noted that its license approval represents a continuation of its US expansion, with the company recently partnering with BetMGM across multiple states and being awarded its West Virginia license in late 2021.

Pariplay also partnered with Gaming Realms in December, strengthening its strategy across multiple regulated igaming jurisdictions by integrating its content package into the former’s Fusion aggregation technology.

The producer and licensee of mobile-focused gaming content will use the company’s system to offer its Slingo gaming suite to audiences in regulated countries globally. Moreover, the provider has declared its aim to launch with “a number of significant operators” in the region.

Quotes from the Press Release

“We are overjoyed to be given our Michigan license at this critical time for Pariplay,” Adrian Bailey, managing director of Pariplay, remarked.

“We’ve made a concentrated effort to expand our presence in the United States, both through new partners and new licenses, and this strategy has proven successful for us. It’s an exciting moment to be a part of Pariplay, and we’re looking forward to getting started in Michigan.”

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