Marking further growth of its iGaming operations in the recently regulated Ontario market, Bragg Gaming Group (NASDAQ: BRAG, TSX: BRAG), today announced that the Company is now live with its online gaming content with one of the Province’s leading operators, Rush Street Interactive (NYSE: RSI) (“RSI”). RSI is one of the leading iGaming operators in Canada, regulated states in the U.S. and in Latin America.
Representing the first North American dual deployment of Bragg’s Remote Games Server (“RGS”) technology from both its Oryx Gaming and Spin Games divisions via a single integration, five exclusive online titles, including the player-popular Egyptian Magic game from the Company’s proprietary Atomic Slot Lab studio, are now available for players at RSI’s BetRivers.ca brand. Further Bragg exclusive titles from proprietary and partner studios, in an initial batch of 22 games certified for the Ontario market, are expected to be rolled out in the coming months.
The launch of the Company’s content on RSI’s online site and mobile app in Ontario expands the partnership between the companies in North America which also includes Bragg’s supply of games to RSI in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan, through its wholly owned subsidiary Spin Games.
Yaniv Sherman, Chief Executive Officer for Bragg Gaming Group, commented: “We are pleased to expand our partnership with RSI, one of the premier iGaming operators in the Americas, to now include the Ontario market to take our content live on BetRivers.ca. With Ontario projected to become one of the largest iGaming markets in North America, this partnership with RSI will play an important role in our North American growth strategy.”
Richard Schwartz, Chief Executive Officer at Rush Street Interactive, said: “We’re thrilled to offer our players more best-in-class content from some of the world’s best suppliers and Bragg’s portfolio will help us do just that. We have a mission to put our players first and we’re excited to be able to bring these extremely popular and top quality casino games to our players in Canada, thanks to our growing relationship with Bragg.”