Paul Godfrey
Interim Chief Executive Officer

Paul Godfrey serves as Interim CEO as well as Chair of the Board at Bragg Gaming Group. He is also Executive Chairman of Postmedia Network, a Canadian news media company representing more than 125 brands across multiple print, online, and mobile platforms. Paul has previously served as a Councillor, Alderman and Metropolitan Council Chairman in the city of Toronto, as CEO of the Toronto Sun newspaper, CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Club, and Chair of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.



Ronen Kannor
Chief Financial Officer

Ronen has over 18 years of experience in variety of financial management roles within the real estate and online gaming sectors. Most recently, Ronen served as Chief Financial Officer at Stride Gaming Plc, an online gaming operator , a position he held from 2014 until 2020. During his tenure, he led the reorganization and the initial public offering (IPO) of the company onto the London Stock exchange (AIM). He was also involved in numerous M&A transactions and was pivotal in the eventual sale of the business to Rank PLC.

Ronen holds an MBA in accounting and finance and is a Certified Public Accountant (The Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Israel).



Yaniv Spielberg
Chief Strategy Officer

Yaniv is a lawyer and co-founder of a number of tech-focused businesses. In 2018, Yaniv was a part of the team that completed the RTO to establish Bragg Gaming Group. Prior to his role at Bragg, Yaniv was a founding member of Legacy Eight Group, a private equity fund focused on acquiring and operating global online gaming companies.

Yaniv obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Osgoode Hall Law School and earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from York University.



Matevž Mazij
MD of Oryx Gaming

Slovenia-based Matevž established Oryx Gaming in 2010, after eight years as international business development, sales, marketing and IT professional with a number of online and land-based gaming companies. Through these roles, Matevž built business relationships throughout Asia, Europe, Central America and North America.