Bragg Gaming Group has announced an update on its business operations amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, saying it would not be severely hit by the situation.

The company said it has experienced very strong performance through the first quarter of 2020, achieving record revenues, andthe growth was ongoing.

Bragg said it is actively tracking the impact of the coronavirus on the gaming industry and has not made any amendments to its 2020 guidance due to the outbreak.

It derives the majority of its revenues from online casion operators, the majority of which hace experienced “less impact” from the virus than sports betting and other sectors.

Dominic Mansour, CEO of Bragg, stated: “The devastating outbreak of Covid-19 will have an impact on every individual and every business in the world.

“Bragg is by no means an exception here and we are doing everything we can to keep our staff safe while maintaining operations for our customers.

“We have seamlessly transitioned our systems so that employees are able to work from home and we’ve implemented our strict contingency plans to ensure that our platforms remain up and running and available to all of our operators.

“My personal sympathies to everyone impacted by the outbreak and we will be sure to keep the business and investment communities up to date on any impacts we may experience.”