Konami Gaming starts ‘revolutionary’ COAM partnership in Georgia

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Konami Gaming has chosen Bravery Gaming as the exclusive distributor of its games in regulated non-casino markets, beginning with the state of Georgia.

Aiming to “revolutionize” the Coin Operated Amusement Machine (COAM) landscape in the Peach State, the “groundbreaking” partnership serves to further expand Konami’s North American gaming reach, building on the multi-jurisdictional content deal it agreed with Caesars Sportsbook & Casino earlier this year.

Bravery Gaming will deliver a range of games from the Konami portfolio, including titles such as China Shores and All Aboard, to venues in Georgia.

Steve Sutherland, President 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.”

Looking to deliver content to audiences that have previously been underserved in regulated non-casino markets, Konami and Bravery have hailed the move as a “significant stride” towards enhancing the entertainment experience for players in Georgia.

Matt Reback, President of Bravery Gaming, added: “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.”