Bragg’s Wild Streak Gaming expands relationship with IGT

By Gambling Insider

Bragg Gaming Group subsidiary Wild Streak Gaming has agreed to develop four new land-based titles for International Game Technology (IGT).

This deal builds on their existing relationship which has seen Wild Streak previously develop games for the supplier. These include multiple slot titles such as Wolf Run Gold, Queenie and Dreamy Genie.

The next Wild Streak venture to be released by IGT in Q2 will be Greek/Lucky Lightning, a game with two variations depending on how many credits are played per spin.

Doug Fallon, Founder of Wild Streak and Bragg Gaming’s Managing Director of Group Content, expressed enthusiasm for this latest expansion of his studio’s collaboration with IGT.

He remarked: “We have enjoyed a productive and long-standing collaboration with IGT and are delighted to expand our relationship with them for the development of an additional four titles for their land-based slot operations.”

Wild Streak, a studio based in Las Vegas, was acquired by Bragg in a $30m deal in June last year. It provides content to land-based, online and social casino operators in both North America and Europe.

This latest development also comes shortly after Bragg published its first quarter financial results, recording a 36% year-on-year revenue increase, driven in part by in-house content growth.

And in other recent news, IGT also posted a Q1 revenue rise, albeit by a more modest 4% to $1.1bn. Furthermore, IGT agreed a deal with the Philippines’ soon-to-open Nustar Resort and Casino that, among other things, will see it supply its Peak49 cabinet.

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