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Bragg Gaming granted supplier licence in Ontario

| By Laura Gumbrell
Toronto-listed igaming technology and content provider Bragg Gaming Group has been granted approval to launch its content and services in Ontario when the market opens.
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Bragg Gaming, which also owns Oryx Gaming, Wild Gaming, Streak Gaming and Spin Games brands, will be offering its online casino content and turnkey software solutions to operators in Ontario.

Having completed the certification process, its portfolio of more than 5,000 titles will now be available across the province.

This follows Bragg’s recent launch in the Bahamas last week, which the group described as having a similar demographic among its US and Canadian player base. The platform now spans multiple jurisdictions, with goals to gain licences in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan later this year.

The supplier has also recently launched in the UK, the Netherlands, Greece, Switzerland and the Czech Republic in the past 12 months.

This news follows Ontario announcing that it will open its legal igaming market on 4 April.

This concludes a process that dates back to April 2019, when the province’s government announced plans to end Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation’s monopoly on igaming, opening up the market to private operators.

It then moved forward with these plans in November 2020, with legislation introduced and passed in 2021.

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