Top igaming provider, Bragg Gaming Group, recently expanded its operations in the Ontario market with a partnership with Rush Street Interactive operator, BetRivers.ca. The pairing created the first North American launch for Bragg’s remote games server technology from both the brand’s Oryx Gaming and Spin Games divisions.
Additionally, the partnerships saw the introduction of five exclusive games which include popular slots title, Egyptian Magic to play on the BetRivers platform. We expect to see a variety of Bragg titles being introduced on the site in the coming months.
Rush Street Interactive is currently licensed to operate in Ontario’s new online gambling market by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario. BetRivers.ca is available to all Ontario-based players who are over the age of 19 in the province. Both a mobile platform and browser-based site can be used to access the online casino and sportsbook.
This is not the first time Bragg and Rush Street Interactive have teamed up. In the past the partnership had seen Bragg supply a number of titles for the New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan markets, via its Spin Games subsidiary.
Ontario’s brand new online gambling model for sports betting and casino gaming went live on April 4, 2022. The model gives licensed private operators the ability to legally provide online gaming content to players within the province. At the moment there are close to 30 operators and another 30 are expected to join the market before the end of the year. Bragg Gaming Group and Rush Street Interactive will likely be a part of multiple providers.
Bragg & SkillonNet Agreement
Bragg Gaming has been busy in the Ontario market, inking in another deal prior with SkillOnNet’s gambling sites. Bragg is currently available on three operators run by SKillonNet – SpinGenie, PlayOjo, and SlotsMagic. All three sites are live right now in Ontario and are licensed to provide igaming by the AGCO. Games supplied by Bragg come from both in-house studio, Atomic Slot Lab and by their other gaming studio ORYX Gaming.
Again, this is not the first partnership between the two brands. Earlier in 2022, the two companies collaborated in the UK, Bragg offering its games and services to a couple of SkillonNet’s top operators in the region.
With a good foothold in the Ontario market, you can expect Bragg Gaming to keep rolling out its products in Ontario. The partnership with Rush Street Interactive will no doubt be one of the most important to the company, as RSI will likely launch a few more operators in the province, of which Bragg should be a bit part of.