02.03.2023

by Mateusz Mazur

Gaming Realms bolsters Michigan presence after extending partnership with 888 through SI Casino

Gaming Realms, a leading provider of mobile-focused gaming content, has furthered its reach in the state of Michigan after rolling out its portfolio with the recently launched Sports Illustrated branded SI Casino.

Suite of engaging titles

SI Casino is owned and operated by prominent operator 888, one of the world’s leading betting and gaming companies with internationally renowned brands including 888, William Hill, Mr Green and SI Sportsbook.

The latest go-live expands the reach of Gaming Realms’ suite of engaging titles to more players across the state of Michigan, including recent releases such as Slingo Sweet Bonanza, alongside established fan-favourite titles like Slingo Lucky Larry’s Lobstermania™ and Slingo Deal or No Deal™.

Gaming Realms made its debut in Michigan in 2022, and has since seen great commercial and critical success within the state. The Michigan launch is an expansion of an already successful partnership with 888, with Gaming Realms also taking its content live with 888casino in Spain, Denmark, Sweden and New Jersey in the last three months.

Innovative slots

Craig Falciglia, Director of Business Development at Gaming Realms, said: “We are excited to once again partner with 888 and to deliver innovative slots that offer unparalleled engagement through decision-based choices to their customer-base in Michigan. This collaboration through SI Casino further builds upon our flourishing relationship with 888, having already received positive feedback from similar global agreements with the operator.”

Howard Mittman, 888 U.S. President, added: “Partnering further with Gaming Realms through our new SI Casino brand is a key part of our product and content leadership strategy in the U.S. This collaboration will help us to provide unique and exciting experiences to our players in Michigan, and we look forward to continuing to work with the Gaming Realms team.”

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