Bragg Gaming Group, the increasingly powerful iGaming content supplier from Canada, has reached one of its major goals for this year as it began trading its common shares on the Nasdaq Global Select Market.
The shares issued by Bragg Gaming Group are now trading on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol “BRAG” after the company secured the approval from the stock exchange last week. The Canadian supplier filed the application in March 2021 after having secured the approval of its shareholders for the listing.
Bragg Gaming Group will also continue to trade its shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange in Canada, where it will keep the same ticker symbol. The company’s expansion plans were made public shortly after having appointed Richard Carter as the new Chief Executive Officer.
Carter, the former CEO of SBTech, replaced Adam Arviv, the founder of Bragg Gaming, who took charge as interim Chief Executive Officer in September 2020 because the business was not performing to expectations at the time.
Earlier this year, Bragg Gaming Group also recruited Lara Falzon, the former NetEnt chief financial officer, and added her to the company’s board of directors. Falzon also was the chief financial officer of Red Tiger Gaming, which was acquired by NetEnt in 2019.