June 24, 2022Lauren

Catch up with the latest US iGaming news with Casino Cabbie. This week we're talking about:

- Stakelogic's Michigan market access,
- BetMGM's new cruise liner deal,
- Evolution's acquisition of @Nolimit City,
- May's official revenue figures and top online casinos,
- and Konami's Silent Hill™ Return.

News and Analysis

Stakelogic Gets Interim Michigan License

Casino and games provider Stakelogic has secured a provisional supplier license to operate in Michigan. The license means that Stakelogic can now offer its games to operators in the state and is part of the developer’s wider goal of expanding across North America.

BetMGM Agrees to Cruise Ship Gambling Deal with Carnival

BetMGM has struck a deal that will see it deliver iGaming, mobile and retail sports betting onboard Carnival Corporation cruise ships. Under the agreement, BetMGM will provide more than 50 cruise liners ported in the US with betting services. This includes all Carnival, Holland America, and Princess Cruise lines. 

Evolution Gaming Acquires Nolimit City

This week Evolution Gaming has reaffirmed its move into the slot world by acquiring Nolimit City for €340m. This follows the iGaming giants' 2020 acquisition of NetEnt. Evolution’s Chief Executive, Martin Carlesund said that the deal was motivated by the high-quality and distinctive elements of Nolimit productions.

Revenue Figures For May


Total revenue figures are up 8.4% from May last year. Land-based gaming remained the most popular form of gambling, but all sectors showed growth. The most popular online casino was Hollywood, followed by BetRivers Casino.

New Jersey

Total revenue in NJ was up 15.1% YoY for May with growth in all sectors. Land-based gaming was the primary revenue source, while online gaming increased 25.7% YoY. Borgata Casino remains the most popular, followed by Resorts then Golden Nugget.


Meanwhile, in Michigan online gambling is soaring with iGaming showing a YoY increase of 28.8% and sports betting showing a 127.4% increase. However, in terms of total revenue, that is a 1.4% decrease compared with April 2022.

Game of the Week

Silent Hill™ Return: Konami, RTP: N/A.

If you’re into horror, then you’ve probably heard of Silent Hill, if you’ve not played it before. First released in 1999, it’s a media franchise produced as a series of survival horror video games and was later also made into a film, popularizing it further. 

The slot is based on the never-ending streets of Silent Hill and is filled with haunting characters and jackpots y around every corner. Hit up matching logo symbols in the fog, blue (to win a cash credit prize or trigger a bonus game) or a red fog (for the chance of a jackpot or the bonus game), but keep your wits sharp as danger lurks and this slot is a recipe for chills, thrills, and sheer excitement. 

The bonus game is 20 free spins and asks you to turn your fear into a cash landing by matching symbols and holding your own against the Bogeyman. Ready to take the excitement up a level in this nail-biting horror slot? Then take it for a spin at these Konami online casinos.

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