Online gaming developer 4ThePlayer has announced an expansion of its services in the United States. After obtaining a provisional license in New Jersey a short time ago, the company has now received the same approval in Michigan. Soon, players in the Wolverine state will have access to the quality content of the brand.
Expanding into Michigan
The move into Michigan marks a significant expansion for the company within a short time frame. The first title to go live in the state will be 9k Yeti, a top pick of the brand. The flagship title offers fun features, an immersive theme, and quality graphics.
This online slot will then be followed by more top-rated games, including 3 Secret Cities and 6 Wild Sharks. Each of these games highlights the dedication of 4ThePlayer to creating unique content that will enhance the overall player experience.
4ThePlayer co-founder and Business Development Director, Chris Ash, commented on the recent approval by stating that this is another exciting chapter for the company.
“We are thrilled to have our second state under our belt. Our US rollout and market-specific roadmap is looking very exciting over the next 12-month period.”
The company is heading to G2E in Las Vegas and will showcase its quality games during this event. The company is also open to meetings during the conference with any interested parties.
New Jersey Approval
The first state that 4ThePlayer gained approval for operations was New Jersey. The Division of Gaming Enforcement approved a transactional waiver, allowing the company to offer its many gaming options in the Garden State.
The same great game combination is planned for launch in NJ, including 9k Yeti. The innovative title has been a big hit for the company and remains a top pick among gamers. Games created by the developer include unique mechanics such as the Big Reel Portrait Mode. This element allows players to enjoy a proprietary mobile display for smooth gameplay.
It will be interesting to see how the games are received in New Jersey and now Michigan as they are released. It is unclear as to which online casino sites the brand is going to be working with. We imagine that this information will be made public in the near future.
It is expected that 4ThePlayer’s games will be well-received and the developer will have a positive impact in both industries. We will wait with anticipation to see when the games first drop in both states, hopefully later on this year.