Strong 2020 financial results led to Bragg’s inclusion in the prestigious group and its graduation to the Toronto Stock Exchange
TORONTO, Feb. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — B2B gaming technology provider Bragg Gaming Group (TSX:BRAG, OTC: BRGGF) (“Bragg” or the “Company“) is pleased to announce that the Company has been named to the 2021 Venture 50, the TSX Venture Exchange’s flagship annual program showcasing the top performing TSXV-listed companies from five industry sectors: Clean Technology and Life Sciences, Diversified Industries, Energy, Mining, and Technology.
Bragg’s strong results in 2020 led to its inclusion in the list of top performers and also led to Bragg’s January 27th graduation to the Toronto Stock Exchange. The 2021 Venture 50 winners were selected based on year-over-year performance across three equally-weighted criteria: market capitalization growth, share price appreciation and trading volume for the year ended December 31, 2020.
“We were extremely pleased with our performance over the past year and are honoured to be included within this cohort of successful high-growth companies,” said Adam Arviv, CEO of Bragg Gaming. “We’re continuing the momentum into 2021, with plans for significant global expansion.”
About Bragg Gaming Group
Bragg Gaming Group (TSX:BRAG, OTC: BRGGF) is a global B2B gaming technology platform provider. With operations across Europe and North America, Bragg is expanding into an international force within the burgeoning global online gaming market. Bragg’s main brand is ORYX Gaming, an innovative business-to-business iGaming platform, casino content aggregator, managed sportsbook and managed services provider, offering cutting-edge content from leading studios.
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