License to provide in Greek market extends Bragg’s regulated market attain
Bragg Gaming Group introduced as we speak that its wholly-owned subsidiary ORYX Gaming (“ORYX”) has been granted a license to provide its unique content material through its proprietary distant video games server to operators in Greece by the Hellenic Gaming Commission.
ORYX is now stay and totally compliant within the jurisdiction, which has moved from an interim framework to turn into totally regulated, in step with a basic development amongst European nations in recent times.
The A1 license permits ORYX to provide its Greek licensed clients together with OPAP, Stoiximan, Betsson and NetBet, with extra on-line on line casino manufacturers anticipated to go stay out there through the Company’s ORYX Hub distribution platform this yr.
Chris Looney, Chief Commercial Officer at Bragg stated: “Greece has the potential to turn into an essential marketplace for the group and this license underpins our dedication to our clients within the jurisdiction and represents a brand new milestone for us in our plans for growth in regulated markets in Europe, North America and globally.
“Our know-how is versatile, and it offers us the agility to adapt rapidly to new market rules, and we stay up for launching in lots of extra new markets over the approaching quarters with our in-house developed content material, our participant engagement instruments and unique third-party content material.
“We have an excellent new roadmap of unique video games arising, together with an growing proportion from our personal in-house studios, and we will’t wait to carry them to Greek slots followers.”
ORYX is already licensed in Malta and Romania, and is in any other case licensed or accredited to supply its content material in a number of jurisdictions together with Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Portugal, Czech Republic, Croatia, Serbia, Switzerland, Gibraltar, Estonia, Latvia, Colombia and, as soon as the market opens as anticipated in This fall 2021, the Netherlands. It is within the technique of acquiring additional licenses within the UK, Belgium and within the U.S. states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan, and is within the technique of acquiring certification to provide in Italy.