Bragg Gaming partners with FanDuel to launch in Michigan, Connecticut

August 1, 2023
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Players can access titles from Bragg Studios, Atomic Slot Lob, Indigo Magic and Spin Games.

Supplier Bragg Gaming Group has released its new remote games server (RMS) technology and proprietary content in Michigan and Connecticut, via its ongoing partnership with FanDuel Group.

FanDuel players in both states can now access titles from several Bragg brands, including Bragg Studios, Atomic Slot Lob, Indigo Magic and Spin Games. Selected titles exclusive to Powered by Bragg are also available to Michigan and Connecticut players.

Bragg Gaming Group CEO Yaniv Sherman took a moment to comment on the launch, and said the group is excited to continue its US and North American expansion plan.

He said, “We are focused on increasing our North American presence by providing leading iGaming operators with our newest engaging games which we expect will help deliver consistent, long-term growth.

"As such, the rollout of our new proprietary and third-party exclusive games and technology with FanDuel in Michigan and Connecticut is a significant proof point of the success of our new US content roadmap.

“We are excited to expand on our existing relationship with FanDuel through this launch, and look forward to serving their customers with premium content that helps them grow player engagement and retention.”

The latest release is the next step on Bragg’s collaboration with FanDuel. The duo recently rolled out content from Bragg Studios last month to players in the Canadian province of Ontario. Bragg’s Spin Games portfolio is currently live both in Ontario and in New Jersey through FanDuel.

As part of its North American growth plan, Bragg also signed a global distribution deal with 888 Holdings and several of its brands that include William Hill, 888, Mr Green and SI Sportsbook.

Under the terms of the deal, Bragg will be able to release its content in the UK through William Hill and in Italy and the Nordics with Mr Green and 888casino.


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