Oryx Gaming Ink Omega Online Casino Deal

Tia Winter | 8 May 2020

iGaming developer and platform provider Oryx Gaming, subsidiary of Bragg Gaming Group, have been moving from strength to strength. Their latest move has seen a full integration of their selection of online casino titles, including those developed by third parties, into the Omega System’s management platform; Omega Core Platform. The result is that Oryx Gaming now has a broader reach than ever before, further expanding their growing network into previously unexplored markets.

A vast range of titles were included in the integration, all of which have been acclaimed for their impressive quality. Some of the third party developed online casino content comes from acclaimed studios such as Golden Hero, Kalamba Games, Givme Games, and Gamomat. All the titles will now be available to operators that make use of the Omega Core Platform.

A Vast Game Library

Of course, the benefit isn’t just for the developers. Omega System’s current and future partners will now have access to an enormous range of online casino content, including over 8,000 titles from 80 providers. This makes the Omega Core Platform one of the most extensive currently available in the world.

Business development director at Omega Systems, Paddy Mann, shared a few thoughts on the integration. He first expressed that Oryx Gaming were one of the finest developers in the world, and that adding their content to the platform was a thrilling prospect. He concluded by declaring that it was now more attractive than ever to seek out a license for the Omega Core Platform, significantly enhancing business prospects in the future.

A Bright Future

Managing director at Oryx Gaming, Matevz Mazij, shared a few thoughts of his own.

He explained that the integration was a major achievement, and marked the start of a bright new future for the studio. Finalisation of the deal specifically meant, Mazij elaborated, that the studio’s online casino content was now being provided to a key group of major operators in the iGaming market. Namely; the biggest and most influential.

As far as progress goes, this isn’t the only big development for Bragg Gaming Group, the parent company of Oryx Gaming. It was earlier announced that Bragg Gaming Group would be selling their brand GiveMeSport. With a deal now finalised, the brand is to be handed over to SN&CK Media, with finalisation due to occur at some point during May 2020.

It is certainly a period of major expansion and development for Bragg Gaming Group, and all of its subsidiary entities.