ORYX Gaming strengthens content portfolio with new GAMOMAT games

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Friday 5th August 2016ORYX Gaming is adding another three GAMOMAT games to its expanding portfolio following the strong success of the 15 original games.

ORYX Gaming strengthens content portfolio with new GAMOMAT gamesOne of the trio is the hugely popular German land-based classic video slot Super Duper Cherry.

Super Duper Cherry is a 5 x 3 reel video slot, played on 5, 10 or 20 pay lines, with a Symbol Transformation feature to raise excitement levels.

When five cherries are uncovered on any payline they change into a randomly selected symbol producing huge payouts. Players also get a chance to multiply their winnings by gambling on the Ladder or Card colour. This retro game contains simple graphics and sound effects which both add to its charm.

Sticky Diamonds and Fort Braves are the other two slots being made available to ORYX operators, all three of them are available for desktop and mobile.

Matevz Mazij Oryx CEO, comments:“We are in an excellent position to release plenty of diverse games to our operators within the next few months. What’s more, we have a number of exciting new content providers joining forces with us later in the year.”

About ORYX Gaming

ORYX Gaming is a leading turnkey solutions provider for the gaming industry offering Casino, Sportsbook and Lottery solutions with a wide portfolio of proprietary and 3rd party Casino, Slot, Live dealer content, Virtual Sports and Instant game offerings, all seamlessly integrated with an IGaming platform and selected operational and marketing services.


GAMOMAT, a German game design company, offers a selection of 260 games that have been successfully approved in the AWP, Casino and VLT sector. “Passion for Games” is the company driving force combined with several years of international experience resulting in outstanding HTML5 slots – all exclusively “Made in Germany”.


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