Bragg Gaming CEO Takes Leave

Bragg Gaming Group CEO Dominic Mansour is taking a leave of absence for personal reasons. During the first half of the year, his company’s revenues have skyrocketed 74.2 percent.

Bragg Gaming CEO Takes Leave

Canada-based Bragg Gaming Group CEO Dominic Mansour has taken personal leave from the company for personal reasons.

Meantime the company’s revenues were €20.9 million, 74.2 percent over 2019 in the first half of its fiscal year.

Bragg is a provider of online casino gaming content, and so was able to take advantage of the Covid-10 shutdown which hobbled most gaming companies.

During Mansour’s absence Adam Arviv will be interim CEO. He will also temporarily serve on the Bragg board of directors.

During the first six months Bragg introduced a new data analytics and customer engagement platform, which is expected to increase growth.

Bragg Chairman Paul commented, “We’re extremely pleased with the substantial progress we’ve achieved so far in 2020.” He added, “We’ve delivered strong revenue and EBITDA growth and have made great strides in diversifying our revenues and reaching new audiences.”