After successfully incorporating Oryx Hub’s range of proprietary and third-party gaming content into Omega Systems’ management framework, Oryx Gaming has achieved a further expansion of its distribution capabilities.
As a result, content from a range of studios including Gamomat, Kalamba Games, Golden Hero and Givme Games, as well as its exclusive games, is now incorporated into the Omega Core Platform, further expanding the game library accessible to customers of the company.
In addition, Omega’s clients can now choose from a portfolio of more than 8000 games from over 80 providers through the integration of the Bragg Gaming Group’s Hub solution.
Omega Systems’ director of business development Paddy Mann said of the partnership: “We are thrilled to add Oryx to our list of integrated suppliers on our Core Management System platform.
“Oryx Gaming provides a content rich portfolio that will boost the selection of suppliers that our clients can use when they license our software.”
The deal has been lauded as a significant enhancement of the content available to Omega licensees, which will allow the content of Oryx to reach a new public.
Oryx is licenced in 16 major jurisdictions by the Malta Gaming Authority and the Romanian National Gambling Office, and its contents are accredited or authorised.
Oryx Gaming managing director Matevz Mazij said: “This partnership with Omega Systems is an important step in our plan to deliver content to a selection of brands using Omega’s Core platform.”
The Bragg Gaming Group announced earlier this week the completion of its online media division’s strategic analysis and the signing of an agreement on the sale of GiveMeSport.
Beginning a binding share purchase agreement with SN&CK Media Limited, completion of the deal is subject to customary closing conditions being met and is scheduled to be concluded by early May 2020.