Bragg Gaming Group Inc, a content-driven iGaming provider, is saying goodbye to its current president and chief operating officer, Lara Falzon. After serving the company for almost three years, Falzon has officially tendered her resignation, effective December 31, 2023. However, until that date, she will continue to be involved in Bragg’s daily operations.
In her time with Bragg Gaming, Falzon served as a non-executive director before taking on the roles of president and chief operating officer in November 2021. The company’s chairman and chief executive officer, Matevž Mazij, praised Falzon for her contributions, describing her as an “invaluable member” of the team. Mazij highlighted her commitment, authority, and hard work as instrumental in the company’s success and growth.
Bragg Gaming has been making significant strides in its expansion efforts. In September, the company secured a Gibraltar business-to-business remote gambling license, marking a critical milestone in its global expansion. Additionally, the company announced a tailored hosting service deal with Internet Vikings for Pennsylvania the following month.
While bidding farewell to Falzon, Mazij expressed the company’s gratitude for her expertise and know-how in the gambling and casino industries. Falzon, on the other hand, expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to be part of Bragg’s team during a period of growth and foundation-building for the company. She also shared her confidence in the company’s leadership and team members in achieving ongoing success.
Prior to her time at Bragg Gaming, Falzon held various senior financial roles, including operational chief financial officer at NetEnt and chief financial officer at Red Tiger Gaming. She also served as group CFO for Evoke Gaming Ltd as part of Bonnier AB, as well as a financial controller for King.
As Bragg Gaming bids farewell to Falzon, the company looks ahead to its continued growth and success in the iGaming industry.