Bragg Gaming Group, a developer of online gambling software, has successfully obtained a B2B remote gaming license in Gibraltar, a critical move for the firm. With this license, Bragg will be able to work with locally regulated operators in the British overseas territories, including well-known brands such as Entain, 888, William Hill, and Bet365.
Bragg’s global business strategy focuses on regulated countries, and this new license complements its current licenses in the United Kingdom, Malta, Romania, Sweden, Belgium, and Greece. The firm is also authorized in numerous states in the United States, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan, as well as in Ontario, Canada.
Lara Falzon, President and COO of Bragg, emphasized the significance of this license, emphasizing Gibraltar’s role as a jurisdiction home to both UK and international-facing enterprises. She sees this license as a watershed moment for Bragg as it seeks to extend its footprint in major regulated areas.
Bragg Gaming Group’s recent accomplishment is consistent with the company’s drive to flourishing in the quickly changing global iGaming industry, cultivating new relationships, and providing its content to other online casino platforms.
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