Bragg Gaming Group’s ORYX Gaming has partnered with Island Luck to launch its exclusive iGaming content in the Bahamas. Island Luck’s players will now have access to ORYX’s full portfolio of exclusive content.
Earlier in the month, Bragg was granted a supplier license to operate in the region. 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.
Bragg Chief Commercial Officer Chris Looney said: “Taking our content live in the Bahamas so shortly after receiving regulatory approval is a fantastic achievement and highlights the ability we have to scale our RGS into new markets as well as the popularity of our exclusive games portfolio.
“Island Luck is a great partner for us with local know-how and a growing customer base, and we are very excited about introducing our content in the Bahamas for the first time together with them. This is just the first partnership of many as we look forward to establishing ourselves as the premier supplier on the island.”
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.
Island Luck is the largest gaming company in the Bahamas. It was established in 2009 and is licensed by the Gaming Board for the Bahamas.
Island Luck Chief Business Development Officer Cézár Veres said: “As soon as we heard about ORYX’s content receiving the green light in the Bahamas we knew we wanted to partner with them and bring their content to our customers.
“With a diverse games library from some really talented studios, our ability to offer their content strengthens our impressive portfolio offerings and helps us continue to be the operator of choice to local players.”
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.
Bragg plans to secure agreements with other online casino operators to continue building its brand throughout the islands.