1X2 Network Receives a Full Gaming Supplier License From the MGCB



  • The Michigan Gaming Control Board has approved the application of 1X2 Network for a gaming supplier license in Michigan.
  • 1X2 Network will offer multiple Michigan online casinos exclusive games once it kickstarts operations in the state.
  • Top slot titles making it to Michigan thanks to 1X2 Network include 1 Million Megaways and the Strike Hold and Win slot series.

The Michigan Gaming Control Board has remained focused in its duty to improve the quality of online gaming in the state. One of the major methods by which it achieves this goal has been through supplier licenses. More recently, the MGCB has been keen on providing overseas developers with an entry into the state’s industry.

So far, that attempt has yielded fruit, with 1X2 Network being the latest developer to receive Michigan’s coveted supplier license. The arrival of 1X2 Network to the market hopes to increase the exclusive games offering at many Michigan online casinos.

Michigan Marks First Step in US Expansion Plan for 1X2 Network

The Michigan Gaming Control Board granted 1X2 Network a full gaming supplier license which will allow it to provide online casinos in the state with its gaming catalog. Representatives of the MGCB and the developer made this known on August 15, 2023. Prior to its onboarding in Michigan, 1X2 Network had built quite the reputation in Europe and, more recently, in Ontario.

According to Kevin Reid, CEO of 1X2 Network, Michigan’s drive for regulated iGaming was responsible for the supplier’s desire for a gaming license in the state.

“We’re immensely proud to bring our content to the U.S.A. and Michigan represents one of the first states to fully appreciate the powerful opportunities for regulated iGaming. We share Michigan’s belief in the sector’s future being in regulation, and we welcome the challenge to strengthen our position in the U.S.A. amongst such exciting competition,” Reid said in a press release.

Michigan represents the first in a line of states where 1X2 Network will be looking to establish its operations.

1X2 Network’s Full Gaming License Set to Introduce Four In-house Studios to Michigan

The interesting part is that 1X2 Network brings a truckload of goodies to the Michigan market. Multiple online casinos in the state can now begin exclusive gaming partnerships with the supplier. Only then can casino players get access to all of the impressive titles available in the developer’s catalog.

One of the many perks that comes with 1X2 Network’s license is that it brings along four of its in-house gaming studios. First in line is the 1X2Gaming studio which is the developer’s direct game creation studio. Others are Iron Dog Studio, AD Lunam and Prospect Gaming. All of these studios bring together an array of fresh and highly rewarding games.

For instance, Iron Dog’s series of Strike Hold and Win titles will soon become available to casinos. Some of the other top games to make it into Michigan include 1 Million Fortunes Megaways, 1 Million Megaways BC, and AD Lunam’s debut slot Maverick.

Bragg Gaming Agrees Partnership Deal with FanDuel Online Casino

Individual casinos are also seeking additional games into the library and FanDuel Casino MI is stepping up in this regard. It recently entered into a partnership with Bragg Gaming to provide its customers with exclusive slots and progressive jackpot games.

Some of the popular games that a deal with Bragg Gaming adds to FanDuel’s casino app include Big Roar, Egyptian Magic and Phoenix Fury. An addition that will interest Michiganders is the 21+3 blackjack. While being a table game, the title also affords a progressive jackpot and is powered by Spins Games, a studio division of Bragg. Other third-party or in-house studios that will offer their titles include Incredible Technologies, Bluberi, Sega Sammy Creation and Galaxy Gaming.

Bragg Gaming’s excellence precedes it. Only this year, it has won the Industry Innovation of the Year Award at the SBC Awards North America. It also earned a nomination in the Digital Product of the Year category at the Global Gaming Awards in Las Vegas months ago. So, it’s not surprising that FanDuel is pitching its tent with the developer, not only in Michigan, but also in New Jersey, Connecticut, and Ontario.

Despite being headquartered in Toronto, Bragg Gaming has been unable to establish a solid base in Canada due to legal restrictions. Michigan, however, appears to be the perfect market with FanDuel, the second-largest casino operator in the state, being the perfect client.  

Jessica is a news contributor to Gamble Online Michigan. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics but has over three years of experience working in the hospitality and gambling industry. Despite her core finance and investment banking background, she has been a casino feature writer for N1 Interactive Limited and multiple gambling affiliate sites. Her work has been featured on the bet365 blog, casino.zone and Max Force Racing. She spends her time between Michigan and California, staying up-to-date on the latest industry developments