NetGaming says that the company has been "working relentlessly" to pursue the next phase of expansion after being awarded an iGaming supplier license from the Michigan Gaming Control Board.
This will allow the online casino content developer to supply its games to operators in the state, and players will initially gain access to games, namely 3 Wild Jokers, Aped, Juicy Gold 100 and then Casino Punks, with more games being released during the rest of the year.
Michigan represents NetGaming's maiden first US state license, and the supplier said that many more applications are currently ongoing.
NetGaming as of this time provides online casino content under Curacao, Malta and UK licenses, with certifications also acquired in Georgia and Belarus.
Additionally, the group also managed to secure a license in Greece, and promises to launch in the market soon alongside "one of the biggest operators".
NetGaming CEO Pallavi Deshmukh said:
"We are thrilled to receive the license. The licensing process in the US is arduous and is a big undertaking. We worked relentlessly to ensure all the i's were dotted and the t's were crossed.
For a start-up to receive an iGaming license in the US is no small feat. I am incredibly proud of our team, who are my strength. We can't wait to go live with our launch partner."
Last month, the Michigan gaming regulator reported yet another iGaming revenue record through November, with the $145.43m figure exceeding the previous record of $141m that was set just a month earlier.
Overall, Michigan commercial and tribal operators reported online gaming and sports betting revenue reached $186.27m, which indicated a slight 2.1% drop month-on-month from $190.2m.
For the year-to-date, iGaming revenue through the end of November came in at $1.3bn, while online sports betting reached $188.8m.