Gaming Realms nets full Michigan licence amid content licensing revenue surge

| By Richard Mulligan
Gaming Realms has obtained a full licence to operate in Michigan as it announced a 35% year-on-year rise in content licensing revenue.
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The developer and licensor of mobile-focused gaming content said in a trading update that it has now been granted a full iGaming Supplier License in Michigan – the US’s 10th most populous state – after operating with a provisional permit since January 2021.

Gaming Realms is already licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and its application to supply games in Ontario has been submitted and is currently being processed.

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