GAN said it expects it will be ready to launch Wynn’s online betting and gaming products once the verticals are permitted in Michigan, which it anticipates to be in November 2020.
Last month, the Michigan Gaming Control Board held a meeting on proposed online betting and gaming regulations for the state. The rules will now be submitted to the state’s Office of Administrative Hearings and Rules and Legislative Service Bureau for final review.
The deal will see Wynn use GAN’s platform software as well as its reward program integration system. GAN will also publish third-party sports betting content, which it said would be augmented by Betbull, in which Wynn has owned a 22.5% stake since 2018.