Turnkey solutions provider Oryx Gaming has reached a further content related agreement, which is to see the firm integrate a selection of its titles within the Gaming1 platform.
The group, which operates the Circus casino gaming and sports betting brand, amongst others, is to be boosted by a range of in-house casino games, as well as those from content partners such as Kalamba and Gamomat.
Matevz Mazij, Oryx Gaming chief executive officer, commented: “Circus places entertainment at the heart of everything they do, and we’re very excited for our games to join the platform.
“We’re continuing to increase Oryx’s exposure, and teaming up with Gaming1 is another major step for the business.”
Through this latest deal, Gaming1 is striving to build upon its current offering, which brings a range of igaming products, sports betting, virtual sports and casino games such as slots, table games and tournaments, to players.
Games are to be available on Circus.be, “the number one gambling website in Belgium,” whilst Spanish and Romanian players will be able to access the content via the Circus.es and Circus.ro sites respectively, whilst finally Casinoclub.rs is to ensure Serbian players can access the titles.
Sylvain Boniver, chief executive officer at Gaming1, added: “It’s the DNA of our group to provide the best casino content to our players. Adding Oryx’s star performing gaming content to our portfolio is completely aligned with our strategy.”
Speaking to SBC Americas Victor Araneda, international business development director for Gaming1, addressed how the firm best prepares to act upon countries enacting fresh regulation: “It’s about staying true to our company values. We might be one of the few examples worldwide of a land-based operator successfully moving into the online space.
“Our technology was built from the ground up to operate under regulation, as well as to create true offline-online convergence.
“After seven years of fine tuning, now in two continents, we are fully confident of the value we can bring to our partners. That makes the prospect of every new regulation a unique opportunity.”