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Bragg Gaming Signs a New Deal with SkillOnNet

By: Russell Potvin , Mon. Jul. 04, 2022

Bragg Gaming Partners with SkillonNet

Canada is one of the countries that fully embrace online gaming. One of the latest changes in the country's iGaming market is the legalization of sports betting in Ontario, which was launched in April 2022. This saw a rise in new casino operators entering Canada, giving the residents more options.

There is more good news for Canadians as Toronto-based Bragg Gaming and SkillOnNet ink a new partnership agreement. Bragg Gaming, a top-rated vendor of online gaming content is now an official supplier of iGaming products to three of the top SkillOnNet casinos i.e PlayOjo, SpinGenie, and SlotsMagic. Through its affiliates such as ORYX Gaming and the ORYX distribution platform, Bragg Gaming Group is perfectly well capable of offering a vast and extensive range of iGaming content, and top-notch Player Account Management.

Are You Ready Ontario?

Bragg Gaming signed an agreement with SkillOnNet in the United Kingdom earlier this year, meaning this is not the first time these two are entering into an agreement. This is a clear indication of the popularity of this brand's high-quality gaming products. The well-reputed iGaming brand has served the new Ontario market since its launch on April 4, 2022. It is committed to further extending the company's presence in the Canadian province, which is likely going to become one of the largest online gaming markets in North America.

What Bragg Gaming and SkillOnNet Executives Had to Say

Chris Looney, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) at Bragg shared in an official press release about this new Bragg Gaming and SkillOnNet partnership deal. The CCO said that the company is eager to build on its successful partnership with SkillOnNet to Canada via the launch of its proven portfolio in the promising new Ontario gaming market. He continued and said that the new agreement will be vital to the brand's growth trajectory in North America. He finished by saying that the company has got high ambitions to become a top iGaming supplier in Canada.

Jani Kontturi, Head of Games at SkillOnNet also commented on the new partnership. The official believes that it's important for the enterprise to hit the ground running, to make sure it's got premium offerings for its local patrons. And that with the successful Bragg Gaming and SkillOnNet partnership, the brand doesn't have any doubts about providing players with great excitement and entertainment.

New Bragg's CEO

Apparently, Bragg is welcoming a new CEO. On Monday, the company revealed that Yaniv Sherman, who has got a great deal of experience, will be taking the reins to propel the company forward following the new agreement. He will officially assume his new role on July 1, 2022.

A glimpse into Mr. Sherman's work history - he was a senior executive at 888 Holdings for 15 years, which is one of the finest iGaming brands worldwide. Additionally, from 2018 to 2021, he served as a Senior Vice President and Head of U.S at the same firm. Sherman has worked at Dragon Fish too, a bingo-focused B2B provision of 888. As you can see, this gentleman has got some serious firepower when it comes to online gaming experience, and will with no doubt be of great benefit to the brand's future.