Bragg’s Wild Streak Gaming Extends Deal with Sega Sammy Creation
September 2, 2021
Two additional games to be created following successful partnership agreed earlier this year
Toronto, September 2, 2021 – Wild Streak Gaming (“Wild Streak”), a Bragg Gaming Group company (NASDAQ: BRAG, TSX: BRAG)(“Bragg”), has extended its relationship with Sega Sammy Creation Inc. (“Sega Sammy”) for two additional slot games.
Sega Sammy will develop Wild Streak’s popular Dragon Power™ and Egyptian Magic™ titles for land-based casinos. These titles have already built an online following in social and online casinos.
Dragon Power has been a consistent top-performer for Wild Streak since its first online casino launch in New Jersey in May 2020. In the August 2021 Eilers-Fantini Online Game Performance report, Wild Streak’s Dragon Power ranked at No.3 in the top slot game rankings for the U.S.
The deal follows a game design agreement with Sega Sammy earlier in the year for Wild Streak’s Congo Cash™ and Fairy Dust™ titles, which are due to be showcased on the Sega Genesis Crest™ cabinet at the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas this October.
Doug Fallon, Managing Director of Group Content at Bragg and founder of Wild Streak, said: “We have really enjoyed working with the Sega Sammy Creation team with the development of Congo Cash and Fairy Dust. We share a passion for delivering a next-level casino gaming experience as Sega Sammy team continue to grow their global presence.
“We are very excited to be extending our relationship to include Dragon Power and Egyptian Magic, which have seen phenomenal popularity online and can’t wait to bring them to land based casinos under this partnership.”
Scott Winzeler, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sega Sammy commented: “Doug and the team at Wild Streak have an excellent track record of delivering games that seem to generate a real loyalty among their fans.
“We’re pleased to extend our agreement to bring two more high-performing titles to our casino audiences, where we anticipate they will be just as well received as their online counterparts.”
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