NYX Gaming Group Rolls Out NYX OGS System on Caesars Interactive Entertainment Platform

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NYX Gaming Group continues to extend its brand across the online gambling industry with a deal that sees their Open Gaming System used on the Caesars Interactive Entertainment platform.

Canadian online gambling outfit NYX Gaming Group continue to spray their brand across the online gambling sphere with news of a new deal with Caesars Interactive Entertainment (CIE).

The pair has shaken hands on a deal that will see NYX’s Open Gaming System (NYX OGS) rolled out on their New Jersey real-money online casino

NYX Gaming Group Rolls Out NYX OGS System on Caesars Interactive Entertainment Platform40 NYX propriety slot titles will become immediately available for desktop users, and 38 of them will also be available for mobile users. Approved third party content will also be delivered via the new integration.

Marco Ceccarelli, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for CIE said that his company ‘highly valued’ NYX’s ‘commitment to deliver an ongoing supply of additional content,’ and welcomed the new titles on iOS and Android devices.

The deal comes a fortnight after NYX hired Leon Thomas as the Managing Director (MD) of their US-facing business. Thomas’s influence would have been important in the CIE deal considering he once worked for them.

Around the same time Thomas was signing contracts, NYX also rolled out their OGS system to customers of Chartwell Technology and Cryptologic Limited. The decision was taken just a month after NYX acquired Chartwell and CryptoLogic from their Canadian counterparts Amaya Gaming Group.

Things are going rather swimmingly for NYX. Their Q2 financial results showed record revenue for the quarter of $10.7 million (+44.5% year-on-year), in a period of substantial change that saw them sign 12 new contracts, launch nine new customers and shift a further 28 signed contracts into their pipeline.


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