Through a partnership with a tribally-owned iGaming operator, Evolution Gaming has increased its presence in the state of Michigan. Soaring Eagle Gaming, a business operated by the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe, now offers online casino content from the provider’s three different brands.
This means that players will be able to access online casino games provided by Evolution, NetEnt, and Red Tiger via Soaring Eagle’s desktop platform, Playeagle.com, as well as through the company’s mobile app, Eagle Casino & Sport. All of these are currently available for download for free on iOS devices. We expect Android support to follow shortly after.
Lots of Popular Titles
As part of their agreement, the operator will provide Evolution with Red Tiger and NetEnt games including Gonzo’s Quest, Piggy Riches, and Divine Fortune Megaways. Moreover, the Evolution studio in Michigan will also be broadcasting live casino content and first-person RNG games.
Soaring Eagle’s online casino game collection will be more interesting with the addition of new live dealer games. Also, the well-known name of Evolution Gaming will help the online casino’s credibility soar even higher.
“In table games alone, Soaring Eagle prides itself on offering the hottest gaming action in the Midwest. Now our players will be able to experience the same thrill online, not only playing the casino classics but also exciting and entertaining game show-style games. We are confident that customers old and new are going to love what is the latest in a long line of Soaring Eagle developments.”Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort CEO Melinda Coffin
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe owns and operates Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, a gambling and entertainment facility near Mount Pleasant, Michigan, in addition to its iGaming platform. The operator is convinced that the latest in a long series of Soaring Eagle expansions will delight both existing and new patrons.
Growing Number of Options in Michigan
It has not taken long for Michigan to become one of the most progressive states in the country when it comes to commercial gambling. On Monday, the Michigan Gaming Control Board gave the go-ahead for poker players in the state to join those in other states and enjoy their favorite pastimes online.
With BetMGM, World Series of Poker, and PokerStars already operating in Michigan, the state has a well-developed online gaming market. They can accomplish this because of partnerships with physical locations. Sharing liquidity opens the door to even greater growth and a wider range of products.