Online gaming content supplier Oryx Gaming has announced expansion into a key strategic jurisdiction, as it prepares to enter the Swedish igaming market alongside Mr Green.

The Bragg Gaming Group company stresses that it “has met all the requirements for licensing,” with Sweden set to form a key aspect of Oryx’s continued growth ambitions throughout the year ahead.

Choosing to align alongside Mr Green, as its year “gets off to a flying start,” it follows moves enacted by the Spelinspektionen, the Swedish regulatory authority, in enacting new gambling regulations and licensing system and subsequently beginning the process of accepting license applications.

Deploying its entire game portfolio to Mr Green, plans are also said to in place that will see content distributed across variety of “other top international operators” in the coming weeks.

Oryx is to provide its “library of casino games and a wide selection of world-renowned casino titles” from a variety of sources, including GivMe Games, Kalamba Games and Gamomat.

Matevz Mazij, CEO of Oryx Gaming, commented: “Sweden represents a huge growth opportunity for Oryx and we’re thrilled to enter the market. Our games and platform are a perfect fit for Sweden’s regulated igaming market, and we expect further deployments with our international operators.”

Last month High 5 Games finalised its latest content based distribution agreement alongside the turnkey solutions provider Oryx Gaming, focused on delivering a wide range of premium slot game titles.

The New York headquartered organisation stressed that it was seeking “a seasoned gaming solutions provider” to distribute H5G games, including its land-based hits as well newer content, across what it has identified as key European markets.

Continuing with a commitment of launching its portfolio of titles across regulated gaming markets around the world, H5G stresses that its “pipeline will provide proven hits to all associated operating platforms with Oryx Gaming.”