Lara Falzon resigns as President & COO of Bragg Gaming

November 13, 2023

Falzon previously worked as the CFO for Red Tiger Gaming.

Supplier Bragg Gaming Group has announced that its President and COO Lara Falzon will be resigning.

Falzon has provided notice that she will resign from both of her positions by December 31, 2023. During the time leading up to this period, Falzon will continue her roles and be involved in its daily operations within the company until this date.

“I am honored to have been part of the Bragg team during a time when the company made so much progress in establishing its foundation to achieve consistent growth. I am confident the company has outstanding leadership and team members to guide its continued success going forward.”

Before starting at Bragg, Falzon spent time working as the CFO for Red Tiger Gaming from 2018 to 2021 as well as being the Operational CFO of NetEnt from 2020 to 2021.

Falzon then commenced both roles at Bragg in November 2021, after being appointed as a Non-Executive Director in March 2021.

Matevž Mazij, Bragg Chairman and CEO, commented, “During her time as a Board member and in senior management, as President and COO, Lara has been an invaluable member of our team as her contributions to our success and growth have been substantial.

“Lara’s dedication, leadership and hard work have left a significant mark on Bragg and we are grateful for the knowledge and experience she brought to the company. We wish her all the best for the next chapter in her career.”


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