NYX Gaming Launches Their Open Gaming System on Full Tilt; Greentube Inks Deal With Genesis Gaming

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NYX Gaming has launched their Open Gaming System on the Full Tilt casino platform, and Novomatic’s Greentube have inked a deal with Genesis Gaming.

Toronto-listed gaming supplier NYX Gaming Group has showered the Full Tilt casino with a deluge of new games after it launched its Open Gaming System (OGS) on the former online poker only site.

NYX Gaming Launches Their Open Gaming System on Full Tilt; Greentube Inks Deal With Genesis GamingThe transition means Full Tilt casino players will gain immediate access to casino content from a wide variety of suppliers including NextGen Gaming, NYX Interactive and Cryptologic.

The move is the continuance of a six-year deal between Amaya Gaming Group Inc. and NYX that was signed back in the spring. As part of that deal Amaya Gaming washed its hands of its remaining B2B operations when it sold its Chartwell and the aforementioned Cryptologic software divisions to NYX for $119m.

“We are delighted to announce our go-live with Full Tilt, who complement a wide roster of premium, regulated operators licensing content via NYX OGS,” NYX commercial director David Johnson said. “NYX Gaming Group boasts the widest distribution network of real money wagering slots games in the online marketplace.”

Full Tilt Managing Director, Dominic Mansour was also delighted with the deal calling NYX the ‘best in multi-vendor content.’ The move comes days after NYX finalized terms to supply games to the online arm of the Golden Nugget casino in Atlantic City.

Greentube Ink Deal with Genesis

Greentube – the iGaming subsidiary of NOVOMATIC, and not the free porn site Redtube – has inked a deal with Genesis Gaming that will see the gaming creators content being launched on their social media and real money sites. The deal also allows Greentube to add content to their social casino Greentube Pro, a channel that they are looking to provide to land based casinos in North America.

“This agreement enables Greentube operators to maximize their game offerings and appeal to the broadest spectrum of player types,” Greentube president of market development for North America Gabriel Cianchetto said.

In March Greentube acquired the US-based social and mobile game developer AbZorba Games for an undisclosed sum.


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