Oryx Gaming has announced that its igaming platform and RGS slots content have been adapted to be fully compliant with the latest transition period guidelines introduced today in Germany, ahead of the official market opening next year.
Placing compliance, regulation and responsible gambling at the centre of its product offering, the Bragg Gaming Group B2B solutions provider is seeking to help partners “further outperform” in the region.
Oryx has served the German market since 2013 under a Schleswig Holstein licence, providing igaming platform and content delivery services to German operators, such as OnlineCasino Deutschland and Hyperino.
As a result, the group assures that it’s “well-versed” in the country, and looks forward to future development of the market under the new regulatory backdrop.
Although the new rules will officially come into effect in July 2021, after which the relevant licences can be issued, in the meantime operators can engage with the market provided they adopt the new regulatory measures. Those that ignore the new regulations may be excluded from the future official licensing procedure.
The new directives include, reality check functionality, max win, five-second spin intervals, monthly deposit caps, and maximum stake limits coupled with the removal of autoplay and progressive jackpots, which it’s said have been introduced to further promote social responsibility and minimise gambling-related harm.
Matevz Mazij, managing director of Oryx Gaming, explained: “Compliance, regulation and responsible gambling sits at the center of our core product offering, and this is why we are amongst the first suppliers in the German market to have our platform and a sizable proportion of our content fully compliant with the German transition period guidelines.
“We look forward to using our collected experience and understanding of the German regulation requirements and working together with our partners to help them further outperform in this exciting and growing market”.