Bragg Gaming goes live in New Jersey with Caesars

Bragg Gaming has successfully expanded its reach to a larger number of plates, courtesy of its long collaboration with Caesars. Both partners are now in New Jersey, enabling players to have a greater choice of premium iGaming content along with Remote Gaming Server Technology, also known as RGS.

The development was announced by Bragg Gaming, highlighting that it already has a collaboration with Caesars, and the recent development only takes that collaboration forward. Both have a partnership in Michigan, where premium content is already available for players to engage with.

This development, in particular, follows the implementation of RGS technology in Michigan that happened last year.

Not just Bragg Gaming but Caesars greatly benefits from this as well since it will now be able to offer better content to its players. For instance, titles like Fairy Dust and Egyptian Magic are available for the players of Caesars in New Jersey. Moreover, all future titles will be made available to them under the partnership.

Bragg Gaming has been aiming to expand its presence in the North American region, and this comes as a huge gift to the brand. New Jersey is specifically important to Bragg Gaming and Caesars because the region is estimated to generate over $1.8 billion in Gross Win in 2023, according to H2 Gambling Capital.

It is merely an estimate, and the number is likely to surpass that value provided Bragg Gaming and Caesars continue to progress at the same pace. Online and offline participation in casino content is rising following the pandemic. iGaming content is gaining larger traction for it allows everyone to engage with the content from the convenience of their geographical location.

Yanic Sherman, the Chief Executive Officer of Bragg Gaming, has appreciated Caesars as a brand, saying that it is synonymous with the very best among the online casinos that exist in the market. Yanic has further said that everyone at Bragg Gaming is delighted to continue expanding their presence in North America by ensuring that iGaming titles reach a larger number of players.

Calling it an important step, Yanic has emphasized that the integration opens the doors for them to bring more premium content to Caesars in the days to come and beyond them.

Matthew Sunderland from Caesars Digital has said that the brand has enjoyed having a productive relationship with Bragg Gaming, and they are now happy to extend it in New Jersey through the launch of the best-in-class iGaming experience for players.

The Senior Vice President of iGaming at Caesars has also expressed confidence that the slot titles will have better retention by resonating with their players.

Bragg Gaming is one of the leading providers of iGaming content. It is a data-driven brand that serves online and offline operators alike. The relationship with Caesars is old, and it has a long way to go with more regions entering North America.

David Bright

David Bright joined Times of Casino as a news writer focused on the casino industry. He holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Accounting and currently contributing in-depth news articles. David writes on the casinos, gambling legislation, poker, and much more.

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