Source: Bragg Gaming.
  • Bragg Gaming (BRAG) has launched new content and technology with DraftKings in New Jersey
  • The launch includes three casino games from Bragg’s Atomic Slot Lab studio, as well as new exclusive premium content from partner studios
  • According to H2 Gambling Capital, New Jersey’s interactive casino market could generate US$1.8 billion in gross wins in 2023
  • Bragg Gaming Group is an iGaming content and technology provider serving online and land-based gaming operators
  • Bragg Gaming (BRAG) is down by 1.78 per cent trading at $4.98 per share

Bragg Gaming (BRAG) has launched new content and technology with DraftKings in New Jersey.

The launch includes Egyptian Magic, Fairy Dust and the Girl with the Golden Eyes from Bragg’s Atomic Slot Lab studio, as well as new exclusive premium content from partner studios.

The news follows the launch of Bragg’s new remote game server (RGS) technology with the operator in Michigan last year as part of an existing collaboration.

Previous work between the companies includes content deployments on Bragg’s Spin Games RGS in New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Connecticut.

According to H2 Gambling Capital, New Jersey’s interactive casino market could generate US$1.8 billion in gross wins in 2023.

“The launch of our new proprietary and exclusive third-party content with DraftKings in New Jersey demonstrates the continued success of our initiative to expand existing relationships with leading North American iGaming operators,” stated Lara Falzon, Bragg’s President and COO.

Bragg Gaming Group is an iGaming content and technology provider serving online and land-based gaming operators. The company is licensed or otherwise certified, approved and operational in iCasino markets in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Spain, Malta and Colombia.

Bragg Gaming (BRAG) is down by 1.78 per cent, trading at $4.98 per share as of 12:44 pm EST.


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