Bragg Gaming Group has announced that they have been approved to graduate from the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) to the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). The TSX is the senior exchange market to the TSXV, which is a marketplace for more emerging and less established public companies. Bragg will begin trading on the TSX January 27th, 2021.
Bragg Gaming is an innovative online gaming solution provider, and with its primary asset ORYX Gaming, they offer a turnkey solution for retail, online, and mobile iGaming platform, and an advanced casino content aggregator, sportsbook, lottery, marketing, and operational service.
CEO Adam Arviv and newly appointed board member Paul Godfrey shared their thoughts on the news, as well as what it will do for Bragg going forward:
“Uplisting to the Toronto Stock Exchange was one of my immediate goals when stepping into the CEO role,” said Arviv, adding “It’s a significant milestone in our growth strategy, and we’re pleased that our strong performance has allowed us to make the move to the senior market.”
“The listing on the TSX will generate increased awareness among institutional and global investors and will put the company squarely in the sights of major industry analysts,” Godfrey said, “As the global online gaming industry continues to expand at an exponential rate, investors are looking for companies with the technologies and expertise to lead the way, and Bragg is a prime example.”
This hasn’t been the only substantial news involving Bragg Gaming in January, as last week they announced a partnership with global online betting and casino operator, Betway. The deal includes Betway using ORYX Gaming’s entire RGS portfolio that includes games such as GAMOMAT, Kalamba Games, Givme Games, Golden Hero, CandleBets, Peter & Sons and Arcadem.
For a growing company in an emerging market this was the next step needed. With their recent partnership with Betway, along with the increased awareness to potential investors and other companies from the uplisting, Bragg is set up well to continue their growth.