Thanks to an extended partnership, premium online gaming provider Kalamba Games has officially entered Ontario’s newly regulated iGaming space.
Kalamba Games recently extended an existing partnership alongside Bragg Gaming Group, which has been operational in the province since April this year.
This means that Kalamba’s premium iGaming content will now be distributed to existing licensed operators in the province. The content will be made available via Brag Gaming Group’s remove games server (RGS) technology. This is the vehicle of delivery is Bragg’s Oryx Gaming and Spin Games divisions.
Kalamba first partnered with Bragg Gaming Group’s Oryx Gaming in 2017. As a result of the initial agreement, Kalamba was able to launch its content on the Oryx server across various worldwide markets.
Kalamba is one of only a hand-full of iGaming development studios on the receiving end of Toronto-based Bragg Gaming’s licensing offerings.
Kalamba Games chief commercial officer Andrew Crosby has said that the prospect of an extended relationship with Bragg Gaming Group is an exciting one. The partnership will enable the provider to bring its exclusive range of online slots to yet another booming iGaming market.
Reputation Makes The Difference
Bragg Gaming Group’s director of content, Doug Fallon, also commented positively on the new deal. He said Bragg Gaming is focused on delivering only the highest quality titles to its partner studios around the world.
According to Fallon, Kalamba Games has a great reputation for innovation in game mechanics. This reputation will resonate well with Canadian online casino operators and players.