Pariplay Gets Michigan License Go-ahead
Pariplay’s aggregation and content offerings are poised to enjoy even more success in the US with the company gaining a provisional licence in Michigan.
This is a significant development for the provider which is an Aspire Global subsidiary. The Provisional Internet Gaming Supplier License gives Pariplay the green light to ply its trade in the state.
Pariplay further revealed that it intends to launch “a number of major operators” across the region.
Adrian Bailey, the Managing Director at Pariplay commented on the announcement, saying
“We are very pleased to be granted our Michigan licence in what is an important moment for Pariplay. We’ve made a concerted effort to grow our reach in the US both through signing new partners and gaining new licences 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.”
Pariplay made its first entry into the US when it launched in New Jersey in 2021. The company described its newest licence approval as a continuance of its growth in the US, with the provider recently partnering with BetMGM across numerous states. Pariplay’s advancement was also aided greatly by its acquisition of an operating license in West Virginia near the close of 2021.
The company also recently signed a partnership deal with Gaming Realms, an agreement that saw the casino supplier bolster its presence across a spread of regulated iGaming jurisdictions. This was courtesy of the integration of its content with Gaming Realms’ Fusion aggregation platform.
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