Wed, Oct 23, 9:22am by Noah Taylor
ORYX Gaming, a company within the Bragg Gaming Group has gone live with its full portfolio of in-house and third-party casino content to Delasport.
The sportsbook supplier will be enabled through the partnership, quick and easy access to a library of over 8,000 games via ORYX Hub, as the company makes moves to strengthen its presence in the online casino market, according to European Gaming.
Popular slots from ORYX Gaming’s catalogue of games are now available to Delasport’s customers as part of the deal, including the recent smash hit Battle Dwarf along with quality games from partnered studios such as Gamomat, Kalamba, Golden Hero and Givme Games.
Founded in 2010 with its head office in Gibraltar, Delasport currently has multiple branches across both Europe and Asia, and a growing team of over 120 people. The sportsbook and platform supplier has been able to quickly establish its brand as a leader in sports betting and is now expanding into the online casino market.
Matevz Mazij, Managing Director of ORYX Gaming, said of the partnership “we look forward to being part of Delasport’s continued growth and are confident our games will be a hit with its extensive network of partners, which includes major brands such as 18Bet, 1Bet, Sportempire and Babibet.
“Our portfolio of innovative and entertaining content offers Delasport a premium selection of slots to continue developing its iGaming services in regulated markets throughout Europe.”
Sami Kern, Head of Casino of Delasport, said that “We are excited to have launched with ORYX Hub, which not only offers an impressive content library but also vast expertise in integration. Its wide choice of quality content will be a valuable addition to our online casino product as we look to broaden the reach of our brands in new and existing regulated markets.”
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The partnership follows the recent launch of ORYX Hub, which offers operators the ability to access a large portfolio of certified and compliant content in addition to advanced marketing tools such as promotions, leaderboards, tournaments and jackpots.
A fortnight ago ORYX Gaming penned a deal with Hero Gaming that will see the operator take on the supplier’s full portfolio via the ORYX Hub platform.
The content distribution agreement with Hero covers ORYX’s full library of proprietary and third-party content from independent studios such as Gamomat, Kalamba, Golden Hero, and Givme Games via the ORYX Hub.
The partnership with Gibraltar based Delasport and Malta-based Hero Gaming supports ORYX’s strategy to expand into global regulated markets. Hero Gaming was founded in 2013 with a vision to redefine online casinos and operates online brands Casino Heroes, SimpleCasino, SpeedyCasino and SpeedyBet. It holds licences in Malta and Sweden.
Oryx Gaming is a B2B gaming solution provider that leverage their industry-leading technology with its partners. They offer a turnkey solution, including an omni-channel retail, online and mobile iGaming platform, as well as ORYX Hub, an advanced content aggregator, product integration and marketing platform, which includes sportsbook, lottery, marketing and operational services.
The organisation is renowned for its rapid and seamless integration where ORYX Hub combines casino, slots, live dealer, lottery, virtual sports and instant win game content from top tier gaming content providers, along with proprietary content, and is fully compliant with major regulated jurisdictions, allowing operators to access over 8,000 world-class games through a single account.
In addition to their new content partners in Delasport and Hero Gaming, other partners for the entity include Gamomat, Kalamba Games, Golden Hero, Givme Games in addition to several other integrations, such as Quickfire, Greentube, NetEnt, PlayN’ GO, NYX, EGT, Evolution, Realistic, Kiron, Amatic and iSoftbet.
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