Bragg Gaming goes live at Michigan’s Golden Nugget

February 22, 2024
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Players can now access titles from the Atomic Slot Lab.

Bragg Gaming Group has launched its newest series of games and its remote game server (RGS) technology at Michigan’s Golden Nugget.

The Canadian supplier described going live in Michigan as a milestone and “a significant step in Bragg's ongoing commitment to delivering innovative and engaging content to players across North America.”

Golden Nugget guests now have access to titles from Bragg’s Atomic Slot Lab that include "Cai Fu Emperor Ways" and "Egyptian Magic,” as well as to Bluberi’s “Devil’s Lock.”

Company COO – Americas Kunal Mishra further discussed the launch and said that releasing content in Michigan falls in line with the company’s ongoing and strategic US expansion plan.

Mishra commented, "We continue to strengthen our relationships with key iGaming operators in North America, and the expansion with Golden Nugget in Michigan is a testament to our successful strategy. By offering our high-quality, engaging content, we aim to contribute to the long-term growth of our partners and provide an exceptional gaming experience for players.

“This achievement builds on Bragg's existing collaboration with Golden Nugget, aligning with the company's vision to deliver cutting-edge gaming solutions to players in the rapidly growing US iGaming market.”

In other company news, Bragg recently launched its aggregation platform in Brazil with Superbet. The Canadian company signed a deal that will pave the way for continued expansion within the Brazilian market.

Under the terms of the deal, Bragg will continue providing Superbet with third-party content and will offer titles from Atomic Slot Lab and Indigo Magic as part of its proprietary gaming portfolio.


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