Bragg Gaming Group - CEO, Dominic Mansour (Left)
CEO, Dominic Mansour (Left)
Source: GiveMeSport
  • Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG) subsidiary, ORYX Gaming, has made a deal with gambling and entertainment company 888 Holdings
  • Under the agreement, ORYX Gaming’s content will be integrated into 888’s platform across several regulated markets
  • Content to be integrated will include proprietary ORYX games, as well as premium titles from the company’s partner studios
  • 888’s online gambling site, 888casino, is one of the Internet’s oldest casinos, serving players all over the world
  • Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG) is down one per cent and is currently trading at C$0.50 per share

Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG) subsidiary, ORYX Gaming, has made a deal with gambling and entertainment company 888 Holdings.

888 is a leading provider of gambling solutions, through the several popular gambling brands and websites it owns. Its first website, Casino-on-Net, now known as 888casino, was launched in 1997, making it one of the Internet’s oldest casinos.

Under the agreement, ORYX Gaming’s RGS platform content will be integrated into 888’s platform, across several regulated markets. 

Content to be integrated will include proprietary ORYX games, as well as premium titles from the company’s partner studios. These studios include Gamomat, Kalamba Games, Givme Games, and Golden Hero Games. 

This will strengthen 888’s portfolio of casino games, and enhance the experience of the platform’s users. In return, ORYX will gain exposure to players all over the world, thanks to 888casino’s widespread presence in regulated institutions. 

ORYX Gaming’s Managing Director, Matevz Mazij, commented positively on the company’s deal with 888 Holdings. 

“Partnering with such a premium brand as 888 is an important step for us as we continue to focus on growing and expanding our business.

“The first half of this year has been strong for us, and this deal will see our casino content reach new audiences that we are certain will enjoy the large, diverse, and exciting offering we provide.

“We’ve got no doubt that it’ll prove a hit with the 888 audience,” he said. 

Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG) is down one per cent and is trading at C$0.50 per share at 12:10pm EDT.

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