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Bravery Gaming and Konami Gaming announce a cooperation.

September 6, 2023 World Events & Announcements

Konami Gaming has forged a strategic partnership with Bravery Gaming to facilitate the distribution of its games not only in Georgia but also in several other states across the United States.

Bravery Gaming, acting as the exclusive distributor for Konami Group, will assume responsibility for delivering a selection of Konami Gaming Titles to various locations within Georgia, including Coin Operated Amusement Machine (COAM) halls.

Expressing enthusiasm for this collaboration, Matt Reback, President of Bravery Gaming, remarked, “We are thrilled to join forces with Konami Gaming, a true pioneer in the industry with an extensive library of hit games. This collaboration not only underscores Bravery’s commitment to providing unmatched gaming experiences but also our dedication to expanding the accessibility of our entertainment products across diverse regulated markets.”

Konami Gaming’s impressive catalog boasts popular titles such as China Shores, Jumpin’ Jalapenos, Dragon’s Law, and All Aboard.
Steve Sutherland, CEO and President of Konami Gaming, underlined their unwavering dedication to making their products available to customers in regulated markets worldwide, stating, “We are committed to exploring innovative avenues for offering our products to customers in regulated markets across the globe.”

He further added, “In Bravery, we found a partner with the integrity, vision, and commitment to product quality that we were looking for to help us tap into Georgia’s growing COAM market.”

Bravery Gaming, headquartered in Duluth, Georgia, has a solid track record of introducing casino-grade products into Georgia’s regulated non-casino market.

Both companies are expected to explore the possibility of extending their distribution agreement to encompass additional non-casino regions in the future.

It’s worth noting that earlier this summer, Pariplay successfully deployed Konami Gaming’s games to DraftKings in New Jersey.

Original Story by Gambling Insider

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