Bragg Gaming awarded supplier licence in the Bahamas
Bragg Gaming Group is now able to supply its gambling content and technology solutions in the Bahamas, following the approval of its supplier licence by the relevant authorities.
The content and technology provider, which also owns the Oryx Gaming, Wild Streak Gaming and Spin Games brands, will be able to offer operator partners its suite of online casino content, in addition to turnkey software solutions.
Across other operations in North America, Europe and Asia, Bragg Gaming partners with operators such as Kindred Group, Rush Street Interactive, Interwetten and BetConstruct.
Chris Looney, CCO, Bragg Gaming, commented: “The Bahamas represents a fantastic opportunity for us to leverage our strength in appealing to different player demographics, highlighting our team’s overall flexibility and scope of content.
“This latest licence award furthers our global growth strategy in a market that is one of several we expect to go live over the balance of this year. We’re looking forward to getting started with our soon-to-be-announced Bahamian partners.”
This licence approval represents the latest in a string of new market entries for the supplier, having recently received approval in the UK, the Netherlands, Switzerland and Czech Republic in the previous 12 months.
The Bahamas gambling demographic is said to be similar to that of the US and Canada, markets in which Bragg Gaming harbours hopes to further grow later this year.
The company currently has licence applications underway in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Ontario.
Through its ownership of Oryx Gaming, and through partnerships with third-party game developers, Bragg Gaming is able to offer a portfolio of over 5,000 titles to its partners.