Game designer Pariplay is set to go live in Michigan as the company was granted a gaming license by the Michigan Gaming Control Board.
The Aspire Global subsidiary will be able to provide its slot content in the Wolverine State, although there hasn't been a partner casino named as of yet. Pariplay has said that they're in talks with major operators in the state, which includes FanDuel, DraftKings, Caesars, BetMGM, and others.
"We are very pleased to be granted our Michigan license in what is an important moment for Pariplay," said Pariplay Managing Director Adrian Bailey. "We've made a concerted effort to grow our reach in the US both through signing new partners and gaining new licenses, and this approach continues to generate success for us. It is an exciting time at Pariplay and we can't wait to get started in Michigan."
The group has been active in the United States since 2019, when it obtained a New Jersey gaming license and went live with 888 in the state. It also has content agreements with BetMGM in West Virginia.