Playson Has Gained New Official Partnership with ORYX Gaming Recently

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Playson is setting their sights on an even bigger global expansion to brings themselves in a larger network of contacts and content to work with. Now, they have officially joined up with a Bragg Gaming Group company, ORYX Gaming. This omni-channel iGaming software provider will now be given access to Playson’s entire portfolio of games for them to assist in marketing towards more global brands and names.

The selection of games that Playson has provided ORYX with will not only help them with games platform but with their other branching services as well such as ORYX Hub. This will offer operators who ORYX market towards an easier and more accessible line of gaming. They will be able to play the most popular selections of Playson’s portfolio much faster. Games such as Solar Queen, Rome: Caesar’s Glory and the sensational Funky Fruits series.

As well as games, other services will also be coming with the package. Special bonuses like the integration-free jackpots and the massive tournaments that are held once every few months will be fully available for ORYX gamers and operators. The ORYX operator network will be able to advertise these tournaments to their own markets and let their own players participate in them.

ORYX’s gaming hub already houses over 8,000 games from more than 80 developers in their network. The integration of Playson means that even more premium, quality content will now be added to their ranks to be marketed towards big-name brands in the world of online gambling. This also comes with Malta Gaming Authority licenses and security.

The Sales Director at Playson, Blanka Homor, released the following statement after the announcement:

“This content deal will see our audience grow even wider and we look forward to developing our partnership with ORYX in the future.”

ORYX Gaming shares this primary goal of delivering the best content to their audience.

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