Bragg Gaming Group, together with BetMGM, delivers its latest content portfolio and Remote Game Server (RGS) technology in New Jersey. BetMGM’s customers in New Jersey will now have total access to Egyptian Magic, which is available in the Atomic Slot Lab studio belonging to Bragg Gaming.
Furthermore, the collection will include an assortment of titles from the game studios and associate studios affiliated with the Bragg scheme. In the following weeks, each and every item will be made accessible. Content dissemination is accelerated by implementing the most recent RGS technology from Bragg and BetMGM.
The latest Bragg content was released in New Jersey in partnership with BetMGM, which has led to expanded collaboration between the two companies. Further to that, Bragg offers iGaming content targeting the connected gamers of BetMGM in the states of Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Interactive casinos in New Jersey are expected to earn $1.8 billion in winnings by 2023, according to data made public by H2 Gambling Capital.
According to the casino news, Kunal Mishra, COO, Americas, Bragg Gaming Group, their primary objective is enhancing their current partnerships with businesses engaged in the iGaming industry in North America. This will come with the company’s latest content released by their established studios, along with their third-party connections offering unique games. In his opinion, this latest deliverance will help their company, as well as BetMGM, increase their revenues and make their position stronger among New Jersey gamers.
Bragg Gaming Group is a content-oriented iGaming technology supplier. The company remains connected with operators running land-based and online gaming via its established and unique content and its absolute new-age technology. Bragg Studios provides exciting games created in-house, such as Spin Games, Wild Streak Gaming along with Atomic Slot Labs, Oryx Gaming,and Indigo Magic. Added to that is the array of unique titles obtained from its studio associates and boosted by Bragg Gaming. These games have been developed on the Bragg distant games server using Bragg RGS technology.