Bragg Gaming goes live with Golden Nugget in Michigan

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Bragg Gaming has expanded its U.S. reach as it announced it will provide games and Remote Game Server (RGS) technology to Golden Nugget in Michigan.

Titles available to Golden Nugget’s players in Michigan include Cai Fu Emperor Ways and Egyptian Magic from Bragg’s Atomic Slot Lab as well as the Blueberi-produced Devil’s Lock.

According to Bragg, all games delivered on its RGS technology come with Fuze promotional tools which offer players features like free rounds, tournaments and quests. It also says that this newest partnership marks a significant step in its commitment to bring innovative and engaging content to players across North America.

“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,” said Bragg Gaming Groups Chief Operating Officer- Americas, Kunal Mishra. “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 U.S. iGaming market.”

The operator already has a presence in the state after striking deals in the past to provide its content to BetMGM and PokerStars. As well as Michigan, Bragg is operational in multiple regulated igaming markets across North America, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ontario.