Oryx Gaming is to offer a selection of online slots based on successful land-based titles after agreeing a deal with developer Givme Games.
A recent entrant to the market, Givme Games is led by experienced professionals with years of experience in design, development and production of casino-style slot machines for industry leading companies.
These new games, which will be available via the Oryx Games platform, are classics with high volatility and playing mechanics players will instantly recognise.
Oryx’s omni channel cross-product platform boasts a mix of proprietary and third-party games for casino, slots, poker and live-dealer gaming, with localised and exclusive content from Oryx itself, along with Gamomat, Kalamba, Golden Hero and, now, Givme Games. There are also a number of standard integrations including Quickfire, NetEnt, NYX, EGT, Amatic and Isoftbet, together offering more than 6,000 titles
Givme Games’ titles are designed for European and Asian players, but have also proven highly successful in other markets due to the universal appeal of the gaming themes.
Dragon’s Gold, Egypt’s Treasure, Hot Hot 7 and Fruit King are among the titles to be included within the content partnership.
Matevz Mazij, CEO of Oryx Gaming, said: “Givme Games will be a welcome addition to our portfolio and we’re excited to see the results from a wide selection of classically-themed slots.
“Their experience from the land-based world will translate perfectly to deliver results to drive our business forward.”
It was announced last month that Oryx Gaming is to be acquired by Breaking Data Corp in a €7.5m deal, as the latter plans a strategic transition into the betting and gaming markets. The owners of sports news platform GiveMeSport are to pay an initial €1.5m on the signing of the share and purchase agreement, with a further €4.125m upon closing of the transaction.
Breaking Data also revealed plans to launch GiveMeBet, a new online sports betting brand that is to be built “in the mould of the Sky Betting and Gaming,” with further details set to follow.