Bragg Gaming advances ‘ambitious plans’ via Casino Gran Madrid 

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Bragg Gaming Group has maintained its European focus after stating that it has “significantly extended” its footprint in the Spanish online gaming market alongside Casino Gran Madrid.

Hailing a strengthened presence in a “key European market,” this commercial tie-up will allow the operator to access a range of titles from Bragg Gaming’s in-house studios, such as Atomic Slot Lab, as well as third party partners.

This becomes the latest in a string of similar such agreements rolled-out in recent times by the igaming provider, with a recent partnership with PlatinCasino also deepening its presence across Spain’s digital ecosystem.

In addition, this link-up was complemented by Italian depth being gained courtesy of Microgame, as well as a pair of Swiss facing agreements being disclosed alongside Grand Casino Basel and Casino Du Lac Meyrin.

“We’re delighted to have launched our content with Casino Gran Madrid, providing a broad and rich portfolio of exclusive and high-quality casino titles that we’re sure Spanish players will enjoy,” stated Lara Falzon, President and Chief Operating Officer at Bragg.

“This latest rollout is part of our ambitious growth plans for the year as we look to continue our expansion across key regulated European markets and beyond.”

This partnership with Casino Gran Madrid, which was the first operator to launch an online casino in Spain after gaining its licence in 2011, deepens Bragg’s presence in an igaming market that is projected to be worth $628m in 2023, according to H2 Gambling Capital.

José Félix Herreros, Country Manager at Gran Madrid|Casino Online: added: “The addition of Bragg’s comprehensive range of titles enables us to boost our offering and provide our customers with unique gaming experiences. 

“As we continue to grow our brand, we highly value this strategically important collaboration with Bragg, a leading provider in the igaming space.”