As the online casino content provider takes their collection of titles live with Pokerstars’ igaming entity within the state, High 5 Games has extended its presence in Michigan.
Michigan Gaming Control Board
The news follows last month’s group obtaining an online casino supplier license from the Michigan Gaming Control Board, and builds on a pair of more recently rolled-out partnerships.
First for High 5 Games
This new expansion comes hot on the heels of Golden Nugget and BetRivers’s launch last week in Michigan, and marks the first time High 5’s games are available at PokerStars in the US.
Michigan PokerStars players now have access to a range of titles from the High 5 suite, including Triple Double Da Vinci Diamonds and Valley of Fortunes. The High 5 games are directly incorporated into the online casino network of PokerStars and are available for desktop and mobile play.
Expansion of bigger things to come
Anthony Singer, CEO and High 5 Games founder, commented: “We’re proud of our global relationship with PokerStars and we’re thrilled to be by their side as they expand into Michigan. Our expanded US partnership is only the start of big things to come.
“We plan to enter other US markets where PokerStars is already live, including New Jersey and Pennsylvania. And as PokerStars makes their mark in more states, we’ll be right there with them.”
The Great Lakes State’s gaming and betting ecosystem continued to develop at the end of last week with the PokerStars, Stars Casino and Fox Bet additions.
The new releases, which came through an agreement for online betting and gaming market access in the area with the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Gaming Authority, follow a number of industry incumbents recording entry into the jurisdiction after their aforementioned online portals debuted on Friday 22 January.