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Oryx Gaming has set its sights on further growth opportunities via a new link up with Interwetten, ten days after news broke that GIVEMESPORT owners Breaking Data Corp are pursuing a €7.5m acquisition of the firm.

The turnkey solutions provider has agreed a content based partnership with the founding member of the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA), whose operation offers customers pre-match betting and live betting, as well as live casino and games, including classics such as roulette and blackjack.

Mario Bilic, gaming manager at Interwetten, stated: “Oryx has a fantastic range of in-house content, alongside some of the best third-party titles, and we’re certain these will deliver strong results for our business.”

Under the terms of the content agreement, Oryx is to integrate a wide selection of proprietary casino content, to accompany star performing titles from well-established partners Kalamba Games and Gamomat.

Gamomat’s Royal Seven XXL and Red Hot Firepot, and Golden Nights Jackpot Games will also be made available for Interwetten partners.

Matevz Mazij, ORYX Gaming CEO, added: “Interwetten delivers an outstanding igaming experience, and we couldn’t be happier to welcome them as a partner.

“Our very own titles will sit alongside some of our best performing third-party games, and we are excited to see the results from the integration once we go live.”

Outlining its planned purchase Breaking Data Corp, who are set to rename Oryx to Bragg Gaming Group upon completion of the transaction, are to pay on initial €1.5m on the signing of the share and purchase agreement, with a further €4.125m upon its closing.

Speaking at the time of the announcement, Mazij added: “The deal with Breaking Data is a fantastic opportunity to capitalise on our international expansion plans.

“In the last five years since Oryx was founded, it has developed into a leading global provider of turnkey solutions for top gaming and betting brands.”