Oryx Gaming Makes Danish Break With SkillOnNet Distribution Deal

Oryx Gaming took its first steps on the Danish market after a distribution deal with SkillOnNet was inked by the Bragg Gaming Group company regarding its online casino brand roster.

Danish players now have access to Oryx content with proprietary and regionally customised titles created by a range of development studios including Gamomat and Kalamba as a result of the agreement.

In addition, casinos and operator partners from SkillOnNet also have access to the advanced marketing tools from Oryx, such as leaderboards and tournaments, which are designed to improve acquisition and retention rates successfully.

Oryx Gaming managing director Matevz Mazij said: “Going live in Denmark is exciting for us and we are certain that our wide-ranging portfolio of casino content offers a perfect mix of classic and innovative titles that will fit the Danish players well.

“SkillOnNet offers an impressive list of popular casino sites in Denmark and makes an ideal partner for our market entry.”

SkillOnNet is a leading provider of software platforms that power several unique and famous Denmark-licensed online casino brands including PlayOJO, LuckyVegas, SlotsMagic and RoyalBet.

Michael Golembo, SkillOnNet’s sales and marketing director added: “Oryx has built an impressive content library with premium games aimed to appeal to a large player demographic and we are thrilled to be the first partner to offer their popular slots in Denmark and look forward to entering more markets together.”

Last week, Bragg Gaming Group celebrated a strong growth trajectory in the second quarter of the year, a pattern that has persisted into a Q3 where revenue is projected to be in line with expectations from management.

Company sales rose 107 percent in the second quarter of 2020 from €5.9 million to €12.1 million year-on-year, with the number also marking a 38 percent leap from €8.8 million in Q1.

Adjusted €1.8 m EBITDA reflects a substantial improvement from a loss of €0.3 m in the prior year and a gain of €0.7 m in the first quarter of the year.