Bragg Gaming launches with bet365 in Ontario

August 17, 2023
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The company will supply content from Bragg Studios to players in the province on a Remote Gaming Server.

Bragg Gaming Group (Bragg) has launched both new content and a Remote Game Server (RGS) in Ontario, Canada with bet365. The proprietary content provided by Bragg Studios now has the chance to reach more players within North America.

A spokesperson at bet365 said of the launch, “We’ve been aware for some time of the content that Bragg Gaming creates. We’re thrilled to welcome Bragg into our portfolio of gaming content partners, in one of our most exciting markets.”

Bragg Studios' content includes Fairy Dust from Atomic Slot Lab, Sea of Plenty from Indigo Magic and exclusive titles including Devils Lock from Blueberi. Ontario customers of bet365 will have these games available via RGS technology.

Lara Falzon, President and COO at Bragg Gaming Group, commented, “We’re delighted to work with bet365 in Ontario, to bring our content to their customers. This is the first step in what we believe will become a broader relationship for the introduction of our proprietary and exclusive third-party content.

“With Ontario pacing as one of the largest iGaming markets in North America, our partnership with bet365 will play an important role in our North American growth strategy and help drive consistent, long-term growth.”

Yesterday, Bragg Gaming also announced a launch in Michigan and Connecticut with FanDuel, expanding Bragg Studios games to more locations within North America. The company also signed a global distribution agreement with Pokerstars earlier this month.

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