Casino software supplier Red Tiger Gaming has unveiled its fourth content-based agreement of the month, after entering into agreement with Oryx Gaming.

Following deals made with Wildz, and BGO Entertainment, Red Tiger is to add its portfolio of content to the Bragg Gaming Group’s recently launched Oryx Hub platform.

Working within a number of regulated markets and holding licences in the United Kingdom, Malta, Alderney and Gibraltar, Red Tiger’s partner portfolio includes firm’s such as GVC, William Hill, Paddy Power and PokerStars.

Chris Looney, commercial director at Red Tiger, commented on the deal: “We are thrilled to add Oryx to our list of partners, and are especially impressed with their presence in many regulated markets where we will now be able to reach a wider audience with our portfolio of games.”

Under the terms of the deal Red Tiger’s entire portfolio of casino slots and table games will be integrated on the enhanced Oryx Hub platform, including new releases Mystery Reels Megaways and Dragon’s Fire, as well as Pirates’ Plenty and Vicky Ventura.

Oryx Hub and its content are licensed in several regions, including the UK, Malta, Schleswig Holstein, Croatia, Romania, Sweden, Serbia, Czech Republic, Spain and Colombia, and also comes complete with added built-in marketing and compliance tools. 

Matevž Mazij, managing director of Oryx Gaming, added: “We welcome Red Tiger’s award-winning content to our platform, and are excited that our clients will be able to access its extensive games portfolio through one simple integration. 

“The Red Tiger team has vast experience and its games are sought after throughout the industry.”

This agreement follows Stakelogic integrated its titles onto Oryx’s hub platform last week, as the Netherlands-based company added themselves to a portfolio that includes integrated content from over 80 providers and contains more than 8,000 games.