It’s one more piece of the puzzle as the casino content provider makes major push into the United States
High 5 Games (High 5) is doubling down on its focus to grow its presence in the United States. The casino content provider today announced that it has been given the green light to roll out its online slot portfolio in Michigan and is ready to enter additional US markets the second regulations permit.
Anthony Singer, CEO and founder of High 5 Games, commented: “We’ve expanded into every European market over the last few years, and now we’re refocusing our efforts here at home. Receiving approval for our games to go live in Michigan is a key step. We’ll be there on Day 1, we’ll be in Pennsylvania shortly after, and we’ve made a commitment to be in every state across the US as new iGaming markets open up. Big things are happening.”
With a 25-year history of entertaining players in the United States on the casino floor and online, High 5 has a unique understanding of the US market and is well-positioned to deliver products that players demand.
That history includes Michigan. High 5 already has an established land-based presence in the state, with a number of titles in its collection on the floor of several Michigan casinos, including The Green Machine Deluxe, Double Da Vinci Diamonds, Triple Double Da Vinci Diamonds, and Secrets of the Forest. Much of its land-based content will be available to players in Michigan online.
The familiarity to players in Michigan doesn’t end there. With its social games product available to players in the state since 2012, High 5 has a large database of social players in Michigan ready to transition to real money gaming. That process should be relatively simple thanks to High 5’s highly scalable marketing funnel that converts players efficiently.
High 5 plans to mirror its New Jersey success in Michigan. A licensed supplier in the Garden State with over 150 casino games and full game certification, High 5 has 20 casino partners and has been entertaining players there since 2012.
While its many New Jersey partners gain access to High 5 titles through a number of platforms, High 5 is aiming to drive growth in Michigan and beyond through Opus, its own proprietary platform, which supports real money and social casino games. High 5’s gaming platform also supports slot content from other manufacturers, giving its partners the power to offer customers the best content and lead in new markets.