Bragg Gaming Inc has announced the launch of its content and RPG technology in New Jersey with DraftKings, further strengthening its presence in the US region. The development demonstrates the continued progress that Bragg Gaming is making in the North American region.
Bragg Gaming Inc, or simply Bragg Gaming, is an iGaming technology provider that is completely driven by the kind of content that rules the market. The venture serves not just online operators but also those who are based on land, granting them access to exclusive and proprietary content. The offerings are backed by a mechanism that is based on cutting-edge technology.
Several in-house brands contribute to the growth of Bragg Gaming. These include, but are not limited to, Spin Games, Streak Gaming, and Atomic Slot Lab. All the titles are grounded on Bragg technology. Games are built on Bragg RPG technology, they are distributed through Bragg Hub, and powered by Bragg Player Account Management.
Content delivered through Bragg Hub is supported by a single back-office with data analytics tools. Operations of Bragg Gaming are certified and licensed in all the major regions including New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania, the United Kingdom, and Ontario, to mention a few.
Per the recent launch, Bragg Gaming’s Remote Game Server (RGS) technology and content will go live in New Jersey. The gaming content that goes live includes titles like Fairy Dust, Egyptian Magic, and Girl with the Golden Eyes. All the titles going live are from Atomic Slot Lab Studio. Moreover, content from the premium partners will also go live with DraftKings.
The recent launch makes the already established collaboration with DraftKings stronger, extending it in a new region after going live in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut.
Lara Falzon, the President & Chief Operating Officer of Bragg Gaming Group, has stated that the launch with DraftKings, one of the premier gambling sites, demonstrates the continued success of Bragg Gaming along with its initiatives to expand the existing relationships with leading operators in the North American region.
Calling the rollout of content and technology in New Jersey an important step, Lara has added that it will assist the content supplier to make its content available to a new group of players in one of the largest iGaming markets in the country. Lara has expressed excitement with the development citing that they now look forward to providing an engaging experience to the players of New Jersey.
New Jersey is indeed expected to set benchmarks in the iGaming industry. According to a report by HE Gambling Capital, the region is on track to generate $1.8 billion in gross wins in 2023. The estimate could go up if operators back their offerings with an innovative portfolio. Customers will play an important role as well assuming they do find the content engaging and worth dedicating their time to.
DraftKings and Bragg Gaming look strong with their collaboration, a surety that they still have a lot to offer.