Bragg Gaming Partners With PokerStars To Bring New Pennsylvania Casino Titles

The Bragg Gaming Group and PokerStars Casino are teaming up to deploy a new wave of games, first across Europe, and then in North America. Soon, they will all arrive in Pennsylvania, too.

Earlier this month, Bragg Gaming announced that it reached a content distribution agreement with Flutter Entertainment’s brand PokerStars to provide numerous games for the operator’s players in both Europe and North America.

Bragg Gaming coming to PokerStars Casino Pennsylvania

In the upcoming weeks, Bragg plans to introduce its games via the PokerStars brand in the United Kingdom, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Sweden and the Czech Republic. Following that, Bragg games should appear in the United States via PokerStars Casino in New Jersey, Michigan and Pennsylvania.

In the news release, Lara Falzon, President and Chief Operating Officer of the Bragg Gaming Group, said:

“We’re delighted to partner with PokerStars, one of the most well-known global tier-one operators and a key brand from Flutter, to deliver our content to their players on a worldwide basis. Our high-performing games will deliver unique experiences for their players in the UK, Europe and North America and we are pleased to be in a position to benefit from their global reach.”

Bragg already partners with several PA online casino operators

The Bragg Gaming Group is a worldwide content, technology and service provider that serves numerous casino, sportsbook and lottery brands around the world.

Bragg’s clients include BetMGM, FanDuel, Golden Nugget, DraftKings, Rush Street (parent of the Rivers Casino brand), Caesars, Bally’s and now PokerStars.

The company has also won multiple awards for its innovation, technology, products and also its workplace.

Currently, Bragg’s most popular games include:

Fairy Dust: A 5×4 slot from the Atomic Slot Lab (powered by Bragg) that features an enchanted forest full of pixies, fairies, sprites and more. The game has 432 paylines and special features that include bonus orbs, wilds and free spins. Fairy Dust boasts an adjustable return-to-player rate that ranges between 88.05% and 96.32%.
Mystery Mine: This 5×3 slot is another Atomic Slot/Bragg-powered game that takes players deep into gold mines for some gaming fun. Dynamite sticks reveal wild, scatter and jackpot symbols. There are also respins and gold cart symbols that can push a jackpot up to 2000x. Mystery Mine is a medium volatility slot with a healthy RTP rate of 95.44%.
Sea of Plenty: Go underwater with this 5×3 slot that features 30 paylines, sharks and numerous other sea creatures in a bright and colorful marine background. The game is the first effort from Indigo Magic, Bragg’s European game development studio. Three or more scatter symbols deliver free spins and six or more bubble symbols initiate a respins feature, which can produce Mini, Minor and Major jackpots. Sea of Plenty is a high volatility slot, with an RTP rate that can reach 96%.

The Bragg-PokerStars partnership will also deliver some exclusive content from the Powered by Bragg portfolio. One of the most notable games in that collection is Devil’s Lock.

This title is a slot featuring a fiendish creature, 15 independent reels and a chance for six free games. The devil can also appear to deliver special rewind pays, in which there are additional winning values added, or a losing spin is suddenly transformed into a winner.

PokerStars July revenue ranks in the middle among PA casinos

The PokerStars app is available for Pennsylvania casino players thanks to a partnership with the retail Mt. Airy Casino in the Poconos.

In the latest PA casino revenue totals from July, PokerStars Casino ranked fifth among the 10 operators in earnings from last month. PokerStars took in $5,425,753 in total revenue, while the leader, Hollywood Penn National, earned $62,697,324 combined from its five different online casino apps.

Overall, PA’s online casino operators finished with a revenue total of $157.1 million in July. That total declined when compared with PA’s June numbers ($164.3 million), but it still provided year-over-year growth and it also ranked ahead of New Jersey’s July total again ($155.2 million).

It’s quite clear that Pennsylvania is among the domestic kings of online casino gaming. And that environment provides a perfect place for the Bragg-PokerStars partnership to eventually land in the United States.

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Author: Kyle Ross