Due to its population, Connecticut is not one of the larger markets for US online casino play. But that doesn’t mean the state’s menu of available games is lesser. In fact, the contingent of titles continues to compete with more populous states with the recent addition of Bragg Gaming’s library.
DraftKings Casino has added Bragg’s slots and table games to its app and website for Connecticutters as of Wednesday. While the Bragg library is kind of meager at the moment, Bragg insists that’s soon to change.
Connecticut online casino games by Bragg Gaming
Via a Wednesday press release, Bragg says its online casino games are now live in Connecticut. Bragg’s content consists of 11 titles that operate on Spin Games’ Remote Game Server. The table games include 21 + 3 Progressive Blackjack and Ripley’s Big Wheel.
Exclusive slot titles within Bragg’s library feature Get Hot, Gypsy Riches, and Triple Jewels. Currently, the only way to access Bragg games in Connecticut is via DraftKings Casino.
“Following our entry into the Ontario iGaming market three months ago, our entry into Connecticut is another important proof point of our North American growth strategy, which will continue to accelerate as we debut our offerings in additional states as they enact regulations,” said Bragg Gaming CEO Yaniv Sherman.
“With our RGS capabilities and growing portfolio of proprietary and exclusive third-party premium content, including our popular Wild Streak Gaming studio, Bragg is favorably positioned to become a leading iGaming supplier in North America.”
In the US, Bragg also offers its online casino content in Michigan, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Thus, the studio’s games are now available in four of five states that allow real-money online casino play.
It’s unclear if this collaboration with DraftKings could lead to Bragg entering the fifth, West Virginia. An expansion of the company’s available titles could lend that direction.
Bragg aims to expand casino game library
According to the release, Bragg expects to “roll out further exclusive games” via the proprietary Atomic Slot Lab studio that Sherman referenced. Additionally, Bragg is looking to license games from other vendors under its license as well.
Its presence in four of the five online casino markets in the US should help it land those licensing deals or simply acquire other content studios. If and when those deals happen, Connecticut online casino players should have access to those new games through DraftKings.