One of the nation’s largest iGaming service providers has reupped their partnership with an international hosting provider in one of the America’s longest running online casino markets. The extension signed between Bragg Gaming Group and Internet Vikings allows the backend iGaming companies to continue their arrangement in the states that both are operational in, including the Pennsylvania online casinos marketplace.
Peter Lavric, the chief technology officer of Bragg Gaming Group, expressed confidence in a news release that the pact between his company, an English technology provider, and the Swedish cloud hosting provider would result in big dividends for both parties.
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“We are confident in our decision to extend our partnership with Internet Vikings” Lavric said. "Their expertise in delivering customized hosting solutions perfectly aligns with our development plans in Pennsylvania, and we eagerly anticipate our collaborative success."
A Keystone State Opportunity
In the release, Bragg Gaming Group highlighted the dynamic iGaming marketplace for PA casino apps as a key reason both parties chose to extend their U.S. partnership. The British gaming conglomerate spotlighted the 35% jump in online casino revenue reported by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board for September as further proof that their continued investment in the Keystone State is already paying off for both sides.
In the release, Internet Vikings founder and CEO Rickard Vikstrom said that the partnership between his company and Bragg Gaming Group will only get bigger and better as the American online casino market matures.
"We are pleased to announce the extension of our partnership," Vikstrom said. "I am confident that our hosting solutions will provide Bragg Gaming Group with the optimal infrastructure required to successfully launch and thrive within this market."
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