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Bragg Gaming builds momentum in US with Golden Nugget

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Bragg Gaming Group x Golden Nugget

Bragg Gaming Group has continued with its onward march in the United States, as it has now deployed its latest iteration of the company’s Remote Game Server tech stack in Michigan. The supplier has partnered up with Golden Nugget in the Great Lakes State, doubling down on its further growth in North America and seeking to bring quality products and solutions to both operators and their audiences.

Golden Nugget will now be able to benefit from a host of titles that will be distributed seamlessly and ensure that players are gaining immediate access to popular options such as Cai Fu Emperor Ways, Egyptian Magic, and Devil’s Lock. The games are developed by a number of Bragg Gaming-owned studios, among which Atomic Slot Lab and Bluberi, benefit the operator in the process.

Bragg is proud to be utilizing its advanced RGS solution to ensure that operators and players get immediate access to its content. Furthermore, the supplier is also using promotional tools to make sure that its games are immediately visible and that they add value to players, offering free rounds, quests, and tournaments, along with other clever mechanics and designs that are used along the way.

Commenting on this new opportunity with Golden Nugget, Bragg Gaming Group COO of Americas, Kunal Mishra, has said that the supplier was focused on growing its strong relationship with leading operators in North America, and Golden Nugget in Michigan is not an exception to this ongoing strategy.

"By offering our high-quality, engaging content, we aim to contribute to the long-term growth of our partners and provide an exceptional gaming experience for players,"Mishra further added.

Bragg Gaming has been very determined to expand itself in the region and continue to grow in the United States and North America when talks about adopting more iGaming legislation are intensifying. From California to New York, the issue is no longer an outlandish idea, but actually has found a toehold with some of the lawmakers in both the Senate and the House of Representatives in legislative bodies all across the nation.

Although the number of iGaming states presently is fairly limited, this is set to change in the coming years. In the meantime, Bragg Gaming also has other studios that work in-house, including Wild Streak Gaming, Indigo Magic, and Oryx Gaming.

Image credit: Bragg Gaming Group

23 Feb 2024
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