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Australian game designer Lightning Box Games has announced that they've entered the Michigan gaming market after coming to terms with TwinSpires in the states.
The deal is seeing three initial Lightning Box titles being ported to the casino, with players able to play Lightning Leopard, Lightning Horseman, and Chicken Fox. Customers playing the Michigan casino will have to be 21 years of age or older and physically located in the state at the time of the bets. Lightning Box has been active in the United States since 2014 when its casino games went live in the state of New Jersey. It recently also entered the Pennsylvania market, offering slots to various betting sites there.
"Michigan is a significant state, not only due to the size of its potential audience but because of the importance of its tribal gaming community," said Lightning box CEO Peter Causley. "It may well prove to be something of a case study across the rest of the country as a result."
"We have earned our spurs across social, land-based and online casino in the US now, as well as across the border in Canada, and we're excited about the other opportunities opening up."