Bragg Gaming keeps expanding its footprint and extending its reach, this time broadening its partnership with Internet Vikings as it moves forward in the Pennsylvania gaming scene.
Internet Vikings, an iGaming hosting company, will now provide hosting services for the Remote Gaming Server (RGS) of Bragg’s subsidiary, Spin Games, in Pennsylvania. Previously, Bragg, which has PA titles online at PokerStars Pennsylvania and BetRivers Pennsylvania, partnered with Internet Vikings to deploy its games in New Jersey (November 2022).
“We are pleased to announce the extension of our partnership,” Internet Vikings founder and CEO Rickard Vikstrom said in a news release. “I am confident that our hosting solutions will provide the Bragg Gaming Group with the optimal infrastructure required to successfully launch and thrive within this market.”
Added Peter Lavric, Bragg Gaming Group’s CTO:
“We are confident in our decision to extend our partnership with Internet Vikings. Their expertise in delivering customized solutions perfectly aligns with our development plans in Pennsylvania and we eagerly anticipate our collaborative success.”
With new Pennsylvania casino games, Bragg continues to expand
Bragg, an international gaming entity, has been busy in recent months making inroads in the Pennsylvania market.
A few months ago, Bragg games landed in the United States via a partnership with PokerStars (a Flutter Entertainment brand) to launch in New Jersey, Michigan and Pennsylvania. Bragg Games are also available in Pennsylvania thanks to a partnership with BetRivers.
Some of the company’s most popular game titles include Fairy Dust, Mystery Mine and Sea of Plenty. More recently, Bragg added the new games Royal Seven XXL Deluxe, a low-volatility slot with classic fruit and 7 symbols, and Alpha Gold, a high-volatility slot built around the mythological king and his legendary golden touch.
Pennsylvania’s gaming scene continues to grow stronger
Across the country, players can find Bragg Games in New Jersey, Michigan, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania, which often proves to be America’s most valuable gaming ground. Pennsylvania online casinos set a US record with $187.3 million in online casino revenue in September. In total, Pennsylvania has already exceeded $1 billion in slot revenue in 2023.
“Pennsylvania online casinos put together an incredible showing in September, setting a new all-time, all-market US iGaming record by generating over $187.3 million in gross revenue,” PlayPennsylvania managing editor Chris Imperiale said. “This beat out the previous mark set in March 2023 of $181.5 million. The notable month’s earnings saw about a 9% boost from the previous month, and over a 34% increase year over year.”
The BetRivers brand, which features the 5 x 3 Bragg slot Egyptian Magic, finished third among PA operators in September online revenue with a total of $34,610,140. Hollywood Penn National finished first ($75,019,016) and Valley Forge finished in second ($42,354,753).
PokerStars, which has partnered with the Mt. Airy Casino, ranked 7th among PA operators with $4,698,019 in revenue.