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Michigan has become the latest US state to award a gaming license to UScasinos.com, an all-inclusive platform that offers players a complete guide to legal online casinos.

Players in the Great Lakes state are now able to access in-depth reviews on all the legal and regulated online casinos in the US. They can also find information on the best player bonuses, game reviews, and other features related to legal online gambling.

“Legal online gambling is in its infancy in the US” said Andrej Gjorgievski, country manager at UScasinos.com.

“There are still a lot of sources that recommend illegal casinos. They look a lot like platforms that list legitimate options, the only difference being the recommendations themselves.

“At UScasinos.com, we only promote authorised online casinos. Sites that follow the rules and provide a safer gaming environment with player protection mechanisms”, Mr Gjorgievski added.

UScasinos.com already has licences to operate in New Jersey and West Virginia. Licences for Arizona and Maryland are next in the pipeline. The platform is also available in Delaware, which is another state where online gambling is legal.

The all-inclusive platform is firmly committed to promoting responsible and legal gambling in the US. More information on their mission statement is available here.

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