Bragg Gaming Group, a provider of online gambling software, has been granted a remote gambling license in Gibraltar.
Bragg will be able to work with operators licensed locally in British overseas territory. Entain is among the brands with licences in Gibraltar, along with 888, William Hill, and Bet365.
Bragg says the new license is part of their ongoing strategy to expand in regulated markets across the globe.
The provider has already been granted licenses in the UK as well as Malta, Romania. Sweden, Belgium, and Greece. The provider is also approved by US states like New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Ontario in Canada.
Lara Falzon, Bragg’s president and COO, said: “Gibraltar has a lot of UK-based and international companies.” This licence will allow us to expand our presence on key regulated markets.
“We’ve seen significant growth in the past few months. We entered new markets and expanded our reach on established ones. This license is a milestone in our journey.
We’re excited to collaborate with new partners, and introduce our content to their online casino platforms.
Bragg’s new CEO Mazij settling in
This latest approval follows Bragg ‘s appointment of Matevz Mazij to its CEO position last week, replacing Yaniv Sterling.
Mazij’s, Bragg’s biggest shareholder, founded Oryx Gaming – Bragg’s remote gaming server, player account management and aggregation platforms.
The predecessor Sherman served in the role for just under a year, after joining in June 2022. He was previously SVP and Head of US at 888.
Mazij stated that he would implement growth strategies in Bragg’s existing markets upon taking up his new role. This includes markets in North America and Europe.