Bragg Gaming nominates three industry veterans to its Board of Directors

May 26, 2023
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Kent Young, Don Robertson and Ron Baryoseph will replace outgoing directors Paul Godfrey, Paul Pathak and Rob Godfrey.

Supplier Bragg Gaming has nominated Kent Young, Don Robertson and Ron Baryoseph to its Board of Directors. Three of the board’s current directors, Chair Paul Godfrey, Paul Pathak and Rob Godfrey will not stand for reelection.

A vote is scheduled for June 22 during Bragg’s annual general meeting. Bragg said that individuals, including Robertson, Baryoseph and Young have been nominated for election to the board.

Young, Robertson and Baryoseph bring with them nearly three decades of experience in their respected fields. Young’s career in the global gaming industry spans 30 years. Robertson and Baryoseph bring more than 25 years of experience in the arenas of corporate finance and North American regulated land-based and online gaming sectors, respectively.

Bragg Gaming Director and CEO Yaniv Sherman commented on the recent nominations by saying, “We are delighted to welcome Kent Young, Don Robertson, and Ron Baryoseph to the Board. We believe their collective gaming industry experience, relationships and expertise will provide a significant boost to our continued execution on our many B2B iGaming growth opportunities as we seek to deliver profitable revenue growth and increasing cash flow which will ultimately drive enhanced value for our shareholders.

“We are confident the changes to the Board announced today will help take our company to the next level.”

Sherman went on to thank Bragg’s outgoing directors for their time on the board and commended them for their achievements.

He said in closing, “Paul Godfrey has served as the Chair of the Board since January 2021, and Paul Pathak and Rob Godfrey have dutifully served on the board and various committees of the Board since 2019. The Company sincerely thanks Messrs. Godfrey, Pathak, and Godfrey for their significant contributions and guidance to the company.

“During their time on the board, Bragg has transformed itself and become a global organization with a diverse platform of game development studios and leading technology.”


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