Bragg Gaming Group elects seven directors during annual meeting

June 23, 2023
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Three previous directors did not stand for reelection this term.

Canadian iGaming technology provider Bragg Gaming Group has released the voting results from its annual shareholders meeting. The company held a special meeting to vote on June 22.

Bragg recently nominated Kent Young, Don Robertson and Ron Baryoseph to its Board of Directors. The group said that three previous board directors, Chair Paul Godfrey, Paul Pathak and Rob Godfrey, would not stand for reelection.

Seven individuals, including Robertson, Baryoseph and Young, were nominated for election to the board. The recent vote approved all seven members that were nominated. Along with Robertson, Baryoseph and Young, Matevž Mazij, Holly Gagnon, Mark Clayton and Yaniv Sherman were elected to serve as directors on the company’s board.

Bragg said in a statement, “The Circular also sought approval to re-appoint MNP LLP as auditors of the company and to authorize the board of directors of the Company to fix the auditors' remuneration.”

Bragg Gaming is a global gaming technology and content provider. The company operates in Nevada through its subsidiary, Wild Streak Gaming, which offers its portfolio of casino games to land-based, online and social media casino operators throughout the US and the UK.

Through Spin Games, Bragg is now live in four states, including Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan. The company plans future exclusive game rollouts in additional US states later this year via its proprietary Atomic Slot Lab studio and from third-party sources.

In its latest move toward US expansion, the company recently released its remote game server (RGS) technology in New Jersey, in partnership with WynnBet Casino and Sportsbook. WynnBet and Bragg have previously collaborated throughout North America through Spin Games RGS content releases in both Michigan and in New Jersey.

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