Bragg Gaming (TSXV:BRAG) - Oryx Gaming's Managing Director, Matevz Mazij
Oryx Gaming's Managing Director, Matevz Mazij
Source: ORYX Gaming
  • Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG) subsidiary ORYX Gaming has signed a multi-jurisdictional distribution deal with gambling operator Paf
  • Under the deal, ORYX will provide the Nordic-based operator with access to exclusive content from its RGS partners 
  • Content will come from GAMOMAT, Kalamba Games, Givme Games, Golden Hero, CandleBets, Peter & Sons, Arcadem, and other third parties
  • ORYX’s content will be available through Paf’s online casinos, and through sites operated by Mandalorian Technologies, a Paf subsidiary
  • Bragg Gaming Group is up 0.91 per cent and is currently trading for C$1.11 per share

Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG) subsidiary ORYX Gaming has signed a multi-jurisdictional distribution deal with gambling operator Paf.

Paf is a Nordic-based operator, that is licensed and controlled by the local government on the Åland Islands of Finland. However, the company holds licenses in other countries including Sweden, Estonia, Spain, and Latvia. 

Under the deal, ORYX will provide Paf will access to exclusive content from its RGS partners, via the ORYX Hub. These partners include GAMOMAT, Kalamba Games, Givme Games, Golden Hero, CandleBets, Peter & Sons, Arcadem, and others. 

The content will be made available through Paf’s online casinos in Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, and in the company’s home market of Finland.

In addition, ORYX’s content will also be integrated with sites operated by Mandalorian Technologies, a new subsidiary of Paf which the operator acquired earlier this year.

Through this agreement, ORYX will be able to significantly expand its reach across several key markets in Europe.

ORYX Gaming’s Managing Director, Matevz Mazij, commented on the company’s distribution deal with Paf.

“Paf is an established operator in the industry and is well-known for its work around social responsibility and safe play, something that we at ORYX strongly support and encourage,” he said.

“With a significant presence in several countries across Europe, this deal will see us greatly expand the reach of our content and we look forward to introducing our games to their wide base of players,” he added.

Bragg Gaming Group is up 0.91 per cent and is trading for C$1.11 per share, as of 1:39pm EST.

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