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 [...] Read more » NetGaming enters US iGaming Market for the first time with Michigan License
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NetGaming is developing step by step, as i see in this article and it will probably be good for them, if they manage to get this plan and to obtain the license in as many countries as possible. That thing will be good for NetGaming.