Bragg Gaming Group, a content-driven iGaming technology provider, has expanded its global footprint, launching content in Georgia thanks to an agreement with Adjarabet. The latter company is a Flutter-owned operator and one of the best gambling companies in Georgia.
As agreed, Bragg Gaming will inject both proprietary and aggregated content into Adjarabet’s platform, providing its customers with many new games. Thanks to the supplier’s Remote Game Server technology, Georgian players will get to experience a number of titles from Bragg’s proprietary studios, Atomic Slot Lab and Indigo Magic.
Some of the in-house titles that will become available to Adjarabet players include Fairy Dust, Queenie and Egyptian Magic. In addition to that, Bragg will also power its new partner with a selection of aggregated games from third-party studios. Under the deal, more titles will be added to the deal in the coming months.
As mentioned, Adjarabet is the leading operator in Georgia. Founded over 20 years ago, the company provides online gambling and sports betting to local audiences. The operator was acquired by Flutter in 2019 and has been steadily growing ever since.
The agreement with Adjarabet will further reinforce Bragg Gaming’s European footprint, following recent deals in Switzerland and Spain.
Bragg Is Thrilled to Expand Its Relationship with Flutter
Adjarabet’s head of online casino, Avtandil Oboladze, commented on the new agreement, saying that it will supply his company with a lot of high-quality games. Thanks to the Bragg Studios and the Powered by Bragg platform, Adjarabet will be able to roll out many new games to its customers, Oboladze noted.
The head concluded that his company is certain that Bragg’s titles will solidify the operator’s position at the top.
We are committed to providing players with the best in online gaming content and partnering with Bragg furthers that commitment. We are sure that BRAGG content will help us to cement our leadership position on the market.
Avtandil Oboladze, head of online casino, Adjarabet
Bragg Gaming Group’s chief executive officer, Yaniv Sherman, also commented on the matter, saying that he is happy to deepen his company’s relationship with Flutter by powering Adjarabet with exciting, player-engaging content.
Bragg has made continued progress in penetrating the large European online gaming market and we are excited to feature our proprietary and exclusive third-party content in yet another new market.
Yaniv Sherman, CEO, Bragg Gaming Group
In other news, two months ago, Bragg Gaming confirmed three new board nominations, namely Ron Baryoseph, Don Robertson and Kent Young who replaced Rob Godfrey, Paul Pathak and Paul Godfrey.