Stakelogic and Danske Spil have teamed up with the new partnership continuing the software studio’s expansion across Europe. 

Bragg Gaming Group’s subsidiary Oryx Gaming has signed an exclusive content agreement with White Hat Gaming.

As part of the link-up, Oryx will provide its exclusive content to a roster of igaming brands powered by the What Hat Gaming platform, seeing its games reach over 40 new firms across Europe, after it secured its UK Gambling Commision its licence last month. 

“White Hat Gaming is an established platform provider that will get our content exactly where we want it to be,” explained Chris Looney, chief commercial officer at Bragg. “The range of brands to whom we can provide our exclusive igaming content has been strengthened, especially in the UK where we’re looking to leverage our new licence. 

“This agreement meets our goals and emboldens us as we continue to push on across Europe.”

The deal will see Oryx’s games distributed to White Hat’s extensive operator network, with an initial batch of slot titles set to be released before the year’s end, followed by additional title launches planned for 2022. 

Kola Okoko, head of content at White Hat Gaming, added: “We’re always looking to add the best titles and grow our offering and this deal with Oryx makes our portfolio that much more appealing. 

“The games we’ll be able to roll out this year and next are sure to be well-received by all our operator partners’ players. We’re looking forward to seeing our new relationship flourish.”

The agreement with White Hat Gaming follows a series of new market entries with a host of new partners, broadening its footprint across the regulated European landscape.