ORYX Gaming set to enter Spanish iGaming market

TAGs: ExpoJoc gaming exhibition, Matevz Mazij, ORYX Gaming

ORYX Gaming has secured its certificate to supply its innovative casino content to Spanish operators and will attend ExpoJoc gaming exhibition on June 5th-6th in Valencia, Spain.

ORYX Gaming set to enter Spanish iGaming marketThis latest iGaming certification allows ORYX to roll out its proprietary titles alongside the hugely popular La Dolce Vita game, which many Spanish players are well-accustomed to from the arcade market. Additional titles will follow from the likes of Gamomat, Kalamba and several other game studios developing on the ORYX RGS.

As the certification process continues over the coming months, ORYX will be regularly adding new titles and making them available for clients operating in the Spanish market.

The ORYX RGS content portfolio is already fully compliant with major regulated gaming jurisdictions and has been certified for and approved in Malta, Schleswig Holstein/Germany, Romania, UK, Croatia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Colombia and Serbia

Matevz Mazij, ORYX Gaming CEO said: “The Spanish iGaming market is a very attractive business opportunity for ORYX as we continue to expand our operations in regulated markets around the world. Our content is perfectly suited for Spanish players and will give operators a chance to diversify portfolios while growing revenues. We’re very much looking forward to giving operators a glimpse of ORYX’s potential at ExpoJoc gaming exhibition.”

About ORYX Gaming
ORYX Gaming is a turnkey solutions provider. Oryx’s Omni channel cross-product platform contains a mix of proprietary and 3rd party games for Casino, Slots, Live dealer content, Lottery, Poker, Virtual Sports and Instant game offerings. They offer the perfect blend of localized and exclusive content from the likes of ORYX, Gamomat, Kalamba and a number of standard integrations such as Quickfire, NYX, EGT, Amatic and Isoftbet to collate 5.000 aggregated world-class game titles.


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