Bravery to bring Konami’s games to non-casino markets, starting with Georgia 

September 5, 2023

New partnership kicks off in the Peach State.

Bravery Gaming and Konami Gaming have announced a new partnership.

Konami is known for its slot games such as China Shores, Jumpin’ Jalapenos, Dragon’s Law and All Aboard.

This partnership means that Konami’s Class III casino games can now be distributed on Bravery Gaming’s platform, in regulated non-casino markets; starting off with the state of Georgia.

Matt Reback, President of Bravery Gaming, stated: "We are thrilled to join forces with Konami Gaming, a true pioneer in the industry with an extensive library of hit games. This partnership not only highlights Bravery’s commitment to offering unparalleled gaming experiences but also demonstrates our dedication to expanding the reach of our entertainment products across various regulated markets."

Steve Sutherland, Present and CEO at Konami Gaming, commented: “We are committed to finding new ways to make our products available to customers in regulated markets around the globe.

"In Bravery, we found a partner with the integrity, vision, and commitment to product quality we were looking for to help us tap into the growing Georgia COAM market.”

Konami Gaming’s SVP & Chief Games Product Officer, Gerard Crosby discussed the success of theming in slot machine games to Gaming America in an exclusive interview. 

Back in February, Konami Gaming partnered with industry giant, Caesars Entertainment. This move enabled Konami to provide its games to Caesars' customers in various US states.

The game developer also partnered NeoGames subsidiary Pariplay to offer its full portfolio to the iGaming company’s Fusion platform.   


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