Bragg arrives in Canadian online casino market via SkillOnNet

Bragg arrives in Canadian online casino market via SkillOnNet

Bragg Gaming Group has entered the Canadian online casino market through a partnership with SkillOnNet, which will make the iGaming provider’s video slots and other casino games available to players in Ontario.

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Bragg online casino titles are accessible in Ontario

Bragg’s slot portfolio will be made available to players of SkillOnNet’s SpinGenie, PlayOjo, and SlotsMagic casino brands, including games created by Bragg’s in-house development studio, Atomic Slot Lab. Previously, in early 2022, the provider worked with SkillOnNet to make the developer’s titles accessible to UK clients. The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario granted Bragg a gaming provider license in March 2022, before the April 2022 debut of iGaming in Ontario. The license allowed Bragg to collaborate with B2C operators in Ontario, and this new agreement with SkillOnNet shows the company’s intention to establish itself under Canadian law.

Press Release Statements

Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet, said that Bragg’s variety of titles enables the firm to give gamers a great deal of excitement and amusement.

Chris Looney, Bragg’s chief commercial officer, said that this new partnership would play an important role in the company’s North American expansion. Specifically, they have lofty aspirations to become a prominent supplier throughout Canada and see tremendous development potential in the area. In June 2022, Bragg named Yaniv Sherman as its new CEO. Sherman succeeded interim CEO Paul Godfrey in an effort to boost the company’s expansion efforts. Sherman was formerly the US head of 888.

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