Oryx Gaming, a Bragg Gaming Group company, has signed a new content agreement with Stakelogic, which will now see its portfolio of games integrated onto the firms ‘Hub’ platform.
The deal, which was signed on Wednesday at iGB Live in Amsterdam, will include popular titles such as Book of Adventure, Book of Cleopatra, Classic Forties and Encharmed as well as new releases Mayan Wild Mystery and Wild Stallion.
Netherlands-based Stakelogic, which strives to combine slot machine principles with online technology, adds themselves to the Oryx Gaming’s portfolio that includes integrated content from over 80 providers and contains more than 8,000 games.
Stephan van den Oetelaar, CEO at Stakelogic, commented on the deal: “We are proud to add Oryx to our list of partners and to be able to reach a wider audience with our portfolio of games.”
The agreement comes after the recent launch of the Oryx Hub, an enhanced content platform that is compliant and licensed in several countries including the UK, Malta and Romania.
The new offering is designed to offer a series of marketing tools that can subsequently be utilised to create and manage targeted promotions, such as free rounds, leaderboards, tournaments and jackpots, across multiple game providers and brands, using a single account access.
Matevz Mazij, CEO of Oryx Gaming, stated on the partnerships potential success: “We welcome Stakelogic to our platform, and are excited that our partners will be able to access its extensive games portfolio through one simple integration.
“Stakelogic is widely recognised and respected in the industry and we believe we have found a really good partner, which is going to be one of our top performers.”
Dominic Mansour, Bragg Gaming Group CEO, wrote to shareholders earlier this month, expressing delight at the firm’s performance during the first six months since the company was formed.
Stressing that “in most cases exceeded our own internal expectations” with regards to Q1 goals and initiatives established at the outset, online gaming platform and content provider Oryx Gaming drew large praise.