Bragg Gaming debuts in Mexico via Caliente Interactive partnership

April 11, 2023
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The supplier has extended its digital footprint in North America.

Canada-based provider Bragg Gaming Group has released its online games in Mexico through the iGaming company, Caliente Interactive.

Bragg said the recent rollout is the next step in the company’s continuing North American expansion plan.

Players throughout the region can access both proprietary and third-party content. Through Bragg’s Atomic Slot Lab studio, players can choose from a variety of familiar titles, including Egyptian Magic, Fairy Dust and the Girl with the Golden Eyes. Caliente Interactive users can access the full suite of games on

Bragg CEO Yaniv Sherman commented on the Mexico launch by saying: “Expanding our content to Caliente Interactive is another successful step in our initiative to be a provider of exciting, player-engaging content to leading iGaming operators around the world.

“We are excited to feature our newest proprietary and exclusive third-party content with the leading iGaming operator in Mexico, as this new relationship provides us with a unique platform we can leverage to introduce our innovative games to players in the market.”

Sherman went on to discuss the company’s success throughout North America, saying future expansion and new launches are currently in the works.

He concluded by saying: “We have already made tremendous progress with our North American growth strategy, and we expect our success will continue to accelerate as we debut our new offerings in additional iGaming markets across this region.

“With our RGS capabilities and growing portfolio of proprietary and exclusive third-party premium content, including from our popular Atomic Slot Lab studio, we believe Bragg is favorably positioned to become a leading iGaming supplier in North America.”


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