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Bragg Gaming Delivers New Content To BetMGM Casino NJ

Written By Tebearau Egbe | Updated:
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Bragg Gaming Group, an iGaming technology provider, has recently launched a new content portfolio and Remote Game Server (RGS) technology in collaboration with BetMGM in New Jersey.

According to Kunal Mishra, the chief operating officer for the Americas at Bragg Gaming Group, the company’s objective is to expand its presence in North America by forming strategic partnerships. The partnership with BetMGM is undoubtedly a significant step toward achieving that goal.

Bragg Gaming’s many in-house online gaming studios

Bragg Gaming is delivering Egyptian Magic from its Atomic Slot Studio, which is now live on the BetMGM Casino app for players in New Jersey to enjoy.

In the coming days, more games from Bragg’s proprietary game studio and partner studios run by its ‘Powered by Bragg’ program, are also expected to feature on the BetMGM platform. Other Bragg Gaming in-house studios, besides the Atomic Slot Studio, include:

  • Wild Streak Gaming
  • Indigo Magic
  • Spin Games
  • Oryx Gaming

Bragg Gaming commits to strategic expansion in North America

Bragg Gaming is an online gaming technology provider that leverages its expertise for real-money online casinos and brick-and-mortar operators.

Through its expansion commitment, the operator has secured licenses and certifications to operate in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Michigan, and other regions, including:

  • Ontario
  • Colombia
  • United Kingdom
  • Germany
  • Netherlands
  • Sweden
  • Malta
  • Spain
  • Italy

One of Bragg Gaming’s recent collaborations in North America was PokerStars US. Although the initial rollout primarily began in the UK, it later extended to other regions in the US, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan.

In February, Bragg Gaming also solidified a partnership with Caesars Sportsbook & Casino in New Jersey, which was only the beginning of its affiliation in the state. Fast forward to May, the company partnered with WynnBET Casino and Sportsbook in Garden State.

In a Bragg Gaming news release, Mishra stated:

“We have placed an emphasis on expanding our existing relationships with North American iGaming operators to include content from our new proprietary studios and exclusive games from our third-party studio collaborations.

The new launch with BetMGM extends our successful execution of this strategy, which we expect will help drive consistent, long-term growth. We are pleased to now provide their New Jersey players with our high-quality, engaging content.”

In the company’s second-quarter financial performance, it attributed its 19% annual increase to its numerous partnerships, especially in the US.

New Jersey’s online casino revenue nears significant milestone

In September, New Jersey’s online casinos generated over $163 million, nearly approaching their highest revenue figure recorded in March, which stood at $165.7 million. The performance of sportsbooks was also impressive, showing 13.4% year-over-year growth.

However, New Jersey’s physical casinos didn’t witness the same level of growth.

Nevertheless, when all three sources of revenue are summed, September 2023 gaming revenue in NJ stands out as the most successful in the state’s history.

In other news, H2 Gambling Capital also stipulates that the interactive casino market in New Jersey will amass $1.8 billion in gross wins this year.

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Tebearau Egbe has written about gambling for more than four years. She has a Master's degree in philosophy and possesses a unique ability to dissect complex industry developments, distilling them into insightful narratives for readers.

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