Casino content developer Habanero has entered into a further content based agreement as it strives to enhance its footprint across Europe.
As a result the latest partnership the firm is to supply its entire portfolio of slot and table games to the Bragg Gaming Group’s online gaming platform and content provider Oryx Gaming.
Arcangelo Lonoce, European head of business development at Habanero, commented: “Our deal with Oryx Gaming means more players than ever will have access to our great portfolio. “The team is always looking to create the most eye-catching and quality games the industry has to offer, and having Oryx Gaming on board will only continue to help us grow.”
Oryx Gaming boasts a suite in excess of 8,000 third party offerings on its ever growing platform aggregator, as it stresses an ambition of “helping providers reach some of the biggest operators in the industry”.
As a result of this latest agreement Habanero titles that are to be made available to the company are latest releases Magic Oak, Mount Mazuma, 5 Lucky Lions and Hot Hot Fruit, as well as its table games.
Matevz Mazij, Oryx Gaming CEO, added: “It’s always important that we continue to add to our third party offerings and there is no doubting the quality that Habanero brings.
“Featuring a wide-range of slot types, narratives, and volatilities, we know operators are going to love this content and we look forward to a long working relationship together.”
This comes as Bragg Gaming Group recently saw revenue rise by more than 200 per cent in Q1, to CA$10.4m (£6.09m), largely fuelled by Oryx.
The revenue is at the top of the expected range, and represents an increase of 203 per cent over the comparable period in 2018.
Gross profit jumped by 181 per cent year on year to CA$5.2m (£3.04m), compared to CA$1.8m (£1.05m) in the corresponding period.