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Canada’s Bragg Gaming Expands to Georgia Through Partnership with Adjarabet

Posted on July 12, 2023 | 6:31 am

Bragg Gaming Group, the well-known Canadian supplier of games and technology for online casinos, has announced that its reach has expanded into Eastern Europe as the company signed an agreement with Adjarabet, an online casino and sportsbook operator from Georgia.

Adjarabet is the leading operator on the Georgian market, founded more than 20 years ago. In 2019 it was acquired by Flutter Entertainment, one of the biggest online sportsbook and casino operators in the whole world. Flutter Entertainment owns and operates important brands such as Paddy Power, Betfair, and Sky Casino.

Bragg Gaming Group has been expanding steadily into regulated markets in Europe in recent months, including Italy, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Greece, the Czech Republic, Germany and Switzerland.

From now on, Adjarabet’s clients in Georgia now will have access to exclusive content from Bragg Studios brands such as Atomic Slot Lab and Indigo Magic, deployed through the Canadian company’s Remote Game Server (RGS) technology.

Among the games that Georgian players will get to enjoy we can mention Fairy Dust, Egyptian Magic and Queenie. Moreover, through the partnership with Bragg, Adjarabet will also gain access to exclusive third-party titles from the studios enlisted in the “Powered by Bragg” program.

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High-Quality Content

Speaking about the agreement with Bragg Gaming group, Avtandil Oboladze, Head of Online Casino at Adjarabet, revealed that the deal is all about “high-quality content” that the supplier can provide.

“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 explained.

Yaniv Sherman, the Chief Executive Officer of Bragg Gaming Group, declared himself delighted to have signed this deal, especially since the Canadian company already had “a long-standing relationship with Flutter Entertainment.”

The Bragg Gaming CEO also declared himself “excited” to have entered another new market after having penetrated multiple European markets in recent months. In fact, the Georgian market is expected to generate around 1.2 million dollars in Interactive Gambling Gross Win this year, with 54 percent of that sum coming from online casinos, according to estimates made by H2 Gambling Capital.


“Bragg Gaming Content Now Live in Georgia with Adjarabet“,, July 5, 2023.

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