Konami Gaming chose Bravery Gaming to be the exclusive distributor for its games on regulated non-casino market, starting with Georgia.
The “groundbreaking” partnership will help Konami expand its North American gaming presence, and builds on the Multi-jurisdictional Content Deal that it signed with Caesars Sportsbook & Casino in early this year.
Bravery Gaming is bringing a variety of Konami games to Georgia, including China Shores, All Aboard and other titles.
Steve Sutherland is the President and CEO of Konami Gaming. He said: “We’re committed to finding ways to make Konami Gaming products available in regulated markets across the globe.
Bravery is the partner we needed to tap into the growing Georgia COAM Market.
Konami and Bravery are aiming to provide content for audiences who were previously underserved on non-casino regulated markets. They have described the move as “a significant step” in improving the entertainment experience of players in Georgia.
Matt Reback is the President of Bravery Gaming. He added: “We’re thrilled to be joining forces with Konami Gaming. Konami Gaming is a pioneer in this industry, with a large library of popular games.
This partnership demonstrates Bravery’s commitment in offering unmatched gaming experiences, as well as our commitment to expand the reach of entertainment products to various regulated markets.