Bragg Gaming Group has been granted a gaming supplier license in the Bahamas to supply its content and services. The global iGaming technology and content provider will be able to offer players in the region its exclusive online casino game titles now that the certification process is complete.
This is the latest in a series of approvals for Bragg. The company has gained licensing in several other regulated markets worldwide during the past 12 months, including the UK, the Netherlands, Greece, Switzerland and the Czech Republic.
During 2021, Bragg also received all required regulatory approvals from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to acquire Spin Games.
Player demographics in the Bahamas are similar to those in the United States and Canada. The company hopes this similarity will aid it in gaining more licensing in North America.
Bragg plans to file additional license applications in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan and in the Canadian province of Ontario.
Chris Looney, Chief Commercial Officer at Bragg, said: “The Bahamas represents a fantastic opportunity for us to leverage our strength in appealing to different player demographics and highlights our team’s overall flexibility and scope of content.
“This latest license award furthers our global growth strategy and for a market that is one of several that we expect to go live in over the balance of this year. We’re looking forward to getting started with our soon to be announced Bahamian partners.”
Bragg was founded in 2018. Since then, the company has expanded across Europe, Latin America and North America. The company also operates in Nevada through its subsidiary, Wild Streak Gaming.