In a brief statement, trailing the numbers which the firm will discuss during its third quarter 2019 conference call on November 12, Bragg chief executive officer Dominic Mansour said: “I am thrilled with our performance in the third quarter and the progress we’ve made since our inception late last year.”
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He added: “We expect to achieve Q3 2019 revenue growth of over 25% against the same period last year and sequential revenue growth of over 10%. Year-to-date, revenue is up over 35% from the first nine months of 2018.
"In addition, September was our best month since Bragg’s inception, with average daily volume through our aggregator platform hitting record numbers.”
"I am very excited about the direction Bragg is going, and I am confident that we will only grow from here,” Mansour concluded.
In its second quarter numbers, released on August 27, Bragg reported C$8.8 million in revenue, gross profit of C$3.8 million, and an EBITDA loss of C$0.3 million.
For the first half overall, Bragg’s revenue grew to C$18 million, gross profit amounted to C$8.2 million, while the net loss from continuing operations stood at C$9.4 million.
The company, formed by a team of gaming industry experts, is focused on becoming a leader within the evolving global gaming industry.
Bragg’s portfolio includes ORYX Gaming, an innovative B2B gaming technology platform and casino content aggregator, and GiveMeSport, a top sports media outlet and with over 26 million fans, the number one Facebook Sport Publisher.
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