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Bragg Gaming Group

Turnkey iGaming Solutions

Bragg Gaming Group

Bragg Gaming Group is a growing global gaming technology and content group and owner of leading B2B companies in the iGaming industry.

Since its inception in 2018, Bragg has grown to include operations across Europe, North America and Latin America, and is expanding into an international force within the global online gaming market.

Through its wholly owned subsidiary ORYX Gaming, Bragg delivers proprietary, exclusive and aggregated casino content via its in-house remote games server (RGS) and ORYX Hub distribution platform. ORYX offers a full turnkey iGaming solution, including its Player Account Management (PAM) platform, as well as managed operational and marketing services.

Nevada-based Wild Streak Gaming is Bragg’s wholly owned premium U.S. gaming content studio. Wild Streak has a popular portfolio of casino games that are offered across land-based, online and social casino operators in global markets, including the U.S. and U.K.

In May 2021, Bragg announced its planned acquisition of Nevada-based Spin Games, a B2B gaming technology and content provider currently servicing the U.S. market. Spin holds licenses in key iGaming- regulated U.S. states and supplies Tier 1 operators in the region.

Bragg will demonstrate its robust portfolio of turnkey iGaming solutions at G2E this year. Visit Booth 1616 to see the latest in technology, content, and player engagement or visit bragg.games.

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