Oryx Gaming has rapidly expanded its footprint in the Swiss market following its earlier this month entry with a contract with Grand Casino Baden.
Oryx has collaborated with Grand Casino Baden’s jackpots.ch counterpart, Switzerland’s first licenced online casino operator, after reaching a Grand Casino Luzern deal over its mycasino.ch online brand.
The country’s digital platform launched in 2019, and according to the latest official estimates from the country’s regulator, online gaming licensees made CHF23.5 million (£19.48 million) in their first partial year of operation.
Wide, diverse and entertaining content
Grand Casino Baden’s chief planning officer, Marcel Tobler, said: “We have had a strong start to our online operations thanks to the wide, diverse and entertaining content we have to offer.
“By partnering with Oryx our customers will gain access to innovative and fun titles that we are certain will resonate well with slot fans.”
RGS partner Gamomat
The partnership will grant the brand access to content from Oryx’s exclusive RGS partner Gamomat, including titles like Royal Seven, Ramses Book, Crystal Book, and Take 5, which all have a range of features and jackpots aimed at increasing player interaction and retention.
Last year, the Bragg Gaming Group’s B2B solutions supplier received an ISO/IEC 27001 certificate, which is a Swiss regulation benchmark. The Malta Gaming Authority and the Romanian National Gambling Office have issued the supplier licences, and its content has been certified or approved in 18 other major jurisdictions.
Matevž Mazij, managing director of Oryx Gaming said: “Partnering with yet another operator in Switzerland is a big step for us as we set out to further grow in this market which offers great potential.
“We believe the content we offer is the perfect fit for Swiss players and we look forward to working together with Grand Casino Baden to reach a new audience.”