With the Canadian province of Ontario opening to regulated online gambling in April this year, the iGaming industry has begun to soar. Now multiple new operators and suppliers are entering the market. One of the latest is Kalamba Games, via the Bragg Gaming Group.
A Favourable Partnership
Since April, the Bragg Gaming Group, based in Toronto, has successfully established itself as a supplier of games of services in Ontario. Under their new partnership, Kalamba Games will be delivering its own content to Bragg and other operators in the province. This will be done via Braggs remote game server (RGS), provided by its Oryx Gaming and Spin Games subsidiaries.
The deal aims to boost both companies in their endeavours to take on the North American iGaming market.
Kalamba is one of few companies that the Bragg Gaming Group has trusted with the task of extending its content and services in the Canadian online casino market. First partnering in 2017, Kalamba has since launched their products via Oryx RGS in multiple international markets, largely in Europe.
Excitement & Optimism
Chief commercial officer for Kalamba, Andrew Crosby, has stated his immense excitement and optimism around the shared venture. He is especially eager to see their range of unique range of slots introduced in a new market. He is also very happy with the established position that Braggs already has, seeing great potential for growth.
Group director of Braggs, Doug Fallon, has similarly expressed his delight with the partnership. He is confident that Kalamba Games can deliver the sort of quality products that their players, and client operators, have come to expect.