Bragg Gaming and Rush Street Interactive Extend Partnership in New Jersey
A long-standing collaboration between Bragg Gaming and Rush Street Interactive has been strengthened: further content and technologies were launched in New Jersey.
Following the first launch of Bragg’s RGS in the state, the recent American expansion will make the exclusive content from Atomic Lab Studio available via the BetRivers iGaming and online sports betting brand.
This deployment will also result in rolling-out more titles from Bragg’s US content roadmap, including games from proprietary studios Indigo Magic and Atomic Slot Lab. Beside that, the exclusive content from Incredible Technologies, Bluberi, Galaxy Gaming and partner studios Gaming Arts, King Show Games and Sega Sammy Creation will become available during next year.
Chief Executive Officer at Rush Street Interactive Richard Schwartz noted that from their experience of working with Bragg in a number of markets, they knew that its slot content was of the highest quality and resonated well with their players. He added that they were pleased to launch the portfolio in New Jersey at Betrivers.com to further enhance and strengthen their partnership and bring their BetRivers customers more best-in-class casino content.
Note, that the collaboration between Bragg and RSI had already existed in North America before the recent roll-out in New Jersey: earlier this year Bragg launched its RGS technology and content with the operator in Michigan and Ontario.
President and Chief Operating Officer for Bragg Gaming Group Lara Falzon noted that they already saw strong demand for their games in New Jersey, where their Wild Streak Gaming and Spin Games studios had been live for several years; that rollout of their new RGS technology in the market with RSI’s BetRivers brand unlocked their rich new US content roadmap to a new group of players.
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