Bottomonium suppression has long been discussed as a probe for the quark-gluon plasma generated in ultra-relativistic heavy ion collisions. The use of a realistic hydrodynamic background which is anisotropic in momentum space has shown to reproduce experimental data for various windows across each experiment. We have recently expanded our model to incorporate a realistic lattice-vetted heavy-quark potential and have implemented a regeneration model. We present bottomonia suppression results for RHIC and CMS collisions with this new potential and regeneration model.
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