Bragg receives supplier licence in the Bahamas

| By Marese O'Hagan
Bragg Gaming Group has been approved for a supplier licence in the Bahamas after completing the country’s certification process.
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This will allow Bragg’s Bahamian partners to supply the supplier’s online casino titles throughout the country.

This is the latest market entry for Bragg, which debuted in the Netherlands and Greece, both of which launched new regulatory regimes recently, among other countries in 2021.

“The Bahamas represents a fantastic opportunity for us to leverage our strength in appealing to different player demographics and highlights our team’s overall flexibility and scope of content,” said Chris Looney, chief commercial officer at Bragg. “This latest licence award furthers our global growth strategy and for a market that is one of several that we expect to go live in over the balance of this year.”

“We’re looking forward to getting started with our soon to be announced Bahamian partners.”

In February Bragg reported a year-on-year revenue increase of 25% in its full year 2021 results.

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