Bragg Gaming Group and Kalamba Games have reportedly extended their current agreement to distribute content in the North American markets and boost the growth of both companies.
Under the new deal, Kalamba will distribute some of its high-performing slots on the Remote Game Server of Bragg into regulated markets in the United States and Ontario, Canada.
Bragg and Kalamba’s ORYX Gaming initially partnered in 2017 via an agreement that led to Kalamba unveiling its well-known iGaming content on the ORYX RGS across multiple global markets.
Kalamba is one of the select few content development studios with whom Bragg has expanded its content licensing agreement for distribution in the United States, including a selection of games that are exclusively distributed through its delivery platform ORYX Hub.
Gates of Babylon, Griffin's Quest, and Firedrake's Fortune are some of the hit games from Kalamba. These will be the first titles to be distributed in the United States.
Kalamba’s Asiatic titles Huang Jin Shu and Monkey God will also be available as this theme is hugely popular among U.S. players. The content offered by Kalamba is now accessible through more than 400 top operators via its Bullseye RGS platform and third-party platforms.
The consistent growth and regulation of various U.S. markets provide an enticing opportunity for Kalamba Games to expand the reach of its portfolio to new audiences and the partnership with Bragg Gaming would prove crucial in achieving that objective.
Kent Young, President Americas at Bragg Gaming Group commented that the company can use its data-driven information as player choices and introduce Kalamba titles strategically to extend the scope of the content offered across North America.
Young believes that these crucial insights assure the company that this expanded deal will prove to be a major growth driver to extend its footprint with players across the region.
For the record, Kalamba Games is a casino content supplier to social casino operators and real money gaming.