2by2 pairs up with ORYX Gaming

TAGs: 2by2, Matevz Mazij, ORYX Gaming, Shridhar Joshi

Wednesday 7th June 2017ORYX Gaming has expanded its content offering by closing a partnership deal with the Chicago-based game development company 2by2 Gaming.

2by2 pairs up with ORYX Gaming2by2’s innovative video slot library has received critical acclaim in its main markets of the UK and Germany. They possess extensive experience in new game development and their games are known for unique, exciting features.

Under the agreement, ORYX will aggregate a selection of 2by2 online and mobile slot games which will be made available through the ORYX platform. Diamond Falls is the first slot to be launched this month for ORYX clients.

2by2 joins ORYX’s stellar list of game designer partners that now features Gamomat, Gold Club, Kalamba and other major international content suppliers.

ORYX Gaming CEO Matevz Mazij commented: “2by2’s innovative video slot content will be a welcome addition to the ORYX portfolio. There is a lot of anticipation around Diamond Falls and we’re looking forward to seeing it live on our platform.”

2by2 CEO Shridhar Joshi said: “We are excited to partner with ORYX Gaming. This partnership gives operators more flexibility in choosing 2By2 content and offers us new and exciting distribution opportunities”.

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.

About 2by2
2By2 Gaming is a US based game supplier providing games for some of the world’s biggest Online operators and Land-based casinos. With a deep content portfolio consisting of unique and innovative games, 2By2 is recognized as one of the leaders in game innovation.


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