Supplier Paul Godfrey

Bragg Gaming

Bragg Gaming Group (NASDAQ: BRAG, TSX: BRAG) is a fast-growing, vertically integrated business-to-business online gaming and content technology supplier. It offers a comprehensive turnkey solution for operators of online and omni-channel casino, sportsbook and lottery brands. Bragg is licensed and operational in regulated markets in Europe, North America and Latin America.
Bragg’s extensive content portfolio serves online and land-based casino brands with exclusive content from Bragg Studios (Atomic Slot Lab, Indigo Magic, Wild Streak Gaming, Spin Games and Oryx Gaming); a wide range of titles built on Bragg’s remote game server (RGS) and created by its partner studios designated as “Powered by Bragg”; and thousands of aggregated online casino games on Bragg’s HUB from a large number of popular game studios.

In addition to this, Bragg offers a state-of-the-art player account management (PAM) platform, complemented by a full set of managed operational & marketing services to ensure a seamless product experience for its clients and their end users. Bragg’s customers enjoy access to a range of sportsbook and lottery products from integrations with some of the industry’s biggest suppliers, while Bragg’s Fuze™, an award-winning promotional toolset with engagement and gamification features, substantially boosts iGaming operators’ KPIs and works across the entire range of casino and sportsbook products
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