High 5 Games is expanding its presence in Michigan. The popular slot provider launched its Michigan online casino content on Churchill Downs and WynnBet Michigan this week, thanks to its recent deal with GAN.
High 5 Games’ agreement with GAN allows the slot provider to feature its games on more operators and players across the country, including those in Michigan.
“Michigan is an important market for us, and we’re fueled by the incredible response we’ve seen so far,” Lauren Gazneli, director of client partners for High 5 Games, said in a media release. “Online players across the state have been requesting the games they already love from the land-based world, so we’re inking more partnerships to help put our brand of entertainment in front of more eyes.”
High 5 Games debuted in the Michigan market with more than 20 games on Churchill's TwinSpires brand and WynnBet. According to the company’s product roadmap, High 5 Games expects to add four to eight games every month. The new games will be available on the web and Android and iOS.
Players can expect to see a High Limit Slots option from High 5 Games in the future. High 5 already features popular titles such as Dangerous Beauty and Green Machine — both remain popular in High Limit Rooms at land-based casinos.
High 5 Games plans to broaden its availability across the country, starting with New Jersey and more states as they launch their own online casino platforms.
Founded in 1995, High 5 Games focuses on innovative casino content for land-based, mobile, online and social markets. The slots provider currently has a catalog of over 500 casino games, in addition to its own casino platform. High 5 Games holds licenses and game certifications around the world.
WynnBET, Churchill Downs
Both WynnBET and Churchill Downs’ TwinSpires launched their online sportsbook in Michigan and internet casino platforms when Michigan officially went live with online gaming on Jan. 22.
WynnBET gained access to Michigan through its partnership with the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians. Through April, WynnBET’s online casino has recorded $4.1 million in gross receipts.
Churchill Downs is partnered with the Island Resort Casino in Harris and recently rebranded its online platform as TwinSpires. According to the latest report from the Michigan Gaming Control Board, TwinSpires has recorded $1.7 million in gross receipts from its online casino.