Bragg Group signs FanDuel extension targeting Michigan and Connecticut

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Bragg Gaming Group has deepened its position in the US after extending its partnership with FanDuel to provide both in-house and third-party content. 

Under the terms of the deal, Bragg will supply proprietary slot content from in-house studios Atomic Slot Lab, Indigo Magic and Spin Games to FanDuel’s Michigan and Connecticut-facing online casino platforms. 

In addition, Bragg will also provide its Remote Games Server product, curating titles from a number of Powered by Bragg supplier partners such as Bluberi, Incredible Technologies, Galaxy Gaming, Sega Sammy Creation and King Show Games

Yaniv Sherman, Chief Executive Officer for Bragg Gaming Group, said: “We are focused on increasing our North American presence by providing leading igaming operators with our newest engaging games which we expect will help deliver consistent, long-term growth. 

“As such, the rollout of our new proprietary and third-party exclusive games and technology with FanDuel in Michigan and Connecticut is a significant proof point of the success of our new U.S. content roadmap. 

“We are excited to expand on our existing relationship with FanDuel through this launch and look forward to serving their customers with premium content that helps them grow player engagement and retention.”

The deal extensions builds on an existing partnership between the two entities that has already seen Bragg provide Bragg Studios content to FanDuel’s Ontario operations back in June. 

Moreover, the partnership also witnessed Spin Games’ slot releases taken live via FanDuel in both Ontario and New Jersey.