Playtech, the gambling technology provider, has teamed up with Leap Gaming in an agreement to provide its virtual sports and casino content. 

Oryx Gaming has continued to expand its presence in the UK, after the Bragg Gaming Group company added its range of content to an array of casino brands operated by SkillOnNet in the market.

This will see games developed by the group’s in-house studio, as well as exclusive content from Gamomat and Peter & Sons, become available on brands such as PlayOJO, PlayMillion, Slingo.com, SpinGenie and ZebraWins.

Furthermore, it is added that Egyptian Magic, the debut title from soon-to-be launched studio Atomic Slot Lab, powered by Bragg, will also be made available to local players.  

In addition to the UK, SkillOnNet holds licenses in a number of other European markets, including Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Germany and Malta.

Jani Kontturi, head of games at SkillOnNet, stated: “We are always looking for exciting new content to add to our offering and Oryx brings a diverse mix of unique and entertaining games that we are confident will resonate with our players in the UK.”

Oryx, which secured a supplier licence from the UK Gambling Commission in November 2021, says that it is striving to enhance its UK presence further still throughout the year as it aims to increase its global total address market six-fold to more than $18bn.

Chris Looney, chief commercial officer at Bragg, noted: “We have hit the ground running in the UK and are thrilled to have partnered with a number of leading operators so swiftly after receiving our UK licence. 

“This agreement with SkillOnNet for the distribution of our content across their many brands is testimony to the player appeal of our content in the UK which we expect will allow us to continuously grow our share.”