Bragg Gaming Group Inks Partnership with SkillOnNet – Casino Reports

Bragg Gaming Group Inks Partnership with SkillOnNet - Casino Reports

Toronto-based Bragg Gaming Group continues to extend its footprint across Ontario’s gaming sector, as it announced a collaboration with SkillOnNet. The leading provider of iGaming technology and content has now agreed to supply three of SkillOnNet’s operator brands, SpinGenie, PlayOjo, and SlotsMagic with its top-notch online gaming products for the province.

As already mentioned, Bragg Gaming Group is a leading online gambling technology provider and distributor of iGaming titles. Via its subsidiaries such as ORYX Gaming and its ORYX Hub distribution platform, the company is able to offer a broad range of gaming content, and solutions, as well as its high-tech Player Account Management platform.

Continuing Collaboration

Through this agreement, the Toronto-based provider of iGaming titles and technology will now be able to launch its products to SkillOnNet and its players. The latter’s three operator brands SpinGenie, PlayOjo, and SlotsMagic will now operate in Ontario and will integrate content from the provider’s in-house studio, Atomic Slot Lab, as well as other exclusive games delivered by ORYX Gaming.

This is not the first instance of the two companies collaborating, as earlier this year they announced a partnership for the UK. Two months ago, Bragg Gaming Announced its entry into the Ontario market, and now SkillOnNet’s three brands have also followed it in the local iGaming sector. This is also a testament to the popularity and the demand for the company’s products across all global markets.

Chris Looney, CCO of the Canadian gaming provider shared that the company is delighted to build on its successful relationship with SkillOnNet in Canada, and launch its exciting portfolio of titles to the promising Ontario market. He added that the agreement is of great importance to the company’s growth trajectory in North America, and to become the preferred supplier in Canada.

Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet, has also commented on the recent agreement. The executive believes that after the entry into Ontario, it will be crucial for the company to quickly build a strong brand, and thus attract local customers with its premium offerings. And with a wide array of titles from the provider, the operator will be able to provide plenty of entertainment and excitement to local audiences.

Welcoming New CEO

This is not the only set of news coming from Bragg Gaming Group this week, as a few days ago the gaming leader unveiled its new CEO. On Monday, the corporation announced that the experienced Yaniv Sherman will be taking over the position. He will officially assume the role from July 1, 2022, and will lead the company forward.

Mr. Sherman comes to the iGaming supplier, after 15 years as a senior executive at 888 Holdings. From 2018 to 2021 he served there as Senior Vice President and Head of U.S. In addition to that, he has also worked at Dragonfish, which is a bingo-focused B2B provision of 888. His addition will certainly prove beneficial to the company’s future.

Source: “Bragg Grows in Ontario with SkillOnNet Collaboration”, BusinessWire, June 15, 2022

 

Author: Ian Douglas