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  • Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG) subsidiary ORYX Gaming has adapted its gaming content to comply with Germany’s new transition period guidelines
  • The changes include reality check functionality, max win, five-second spin intervals, monthly deposit caps, maximum stake limits, amongst others
  • These new regulations are to help German partners to promote social responsibility and minimise gambling-related detriment
  • ORYX Gaming has adapted content from its iGaming Platform and RGS partners, including over 100 games
  • Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG) is down 9.09 per cent and is currently trading at C$0.80 per share

Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG) subsidiary ORYX Gaming has adapted its gaming content to comply with Germany’s new transition period guidelines.

The company has acted to stay in line with the latest regulations, in preparation for the official market opening next year.

The new regulations include reality check functionality, max win, five-second spin intervals, monthly deposit caps, and maximum stake limits. They also include the removal of autoplay functions and progressive jackpots. 

These changes are being implemented to help German partners to continue promoting social responsibility, and to minimise gambling-related harm. 

ORYX Gaming has adapted content from its iGaming Platform and exclusive RGS partners, GAMOMAT, Kalamba Games, Giveme Games, Golden Hero, and Peter & Sons. This represents over 100 games which will now be compliant with Germany’s latest regulatory updates.

ORYX Gaming’s Managing Director, Matevz Mazij, commented on the changes that the company has made in order to comply with the new regulations in Germany.

“Compliance, regulation, and responsible gambling sits at the centre of our core product offering, and this is why we are amongst the first suppliers in the German market to have our platform and a sizable proportion of our content fully compliant with the German transition period guidelines.

“We look forward to using our collected experience and understanding of the German regulation requirements and working together with our partners to help them further outperform in this exciting and growing market,” he said.

Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG) is down 9.09 per cent and is trading at C$0.80 per share at 9:53am EDT.


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