ORYX Gaming is one of the recent game developers to acquire a supplier’s license from the Hellenic Gaming Commission. This means the Bragg Gaming Group subsidiary can offer its content in Greece.
The Hellenic Gaming Commission approved ORYX Gaming to supply its exclusive content in Greece. Bragg Gaming Group said this in an announcement last week. ORYX Gaming is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bragg Gaming Group.
The top content developer is now ready to launch in Greece using its remote games server. Greece recently changed from its temporary framework to being a fully regulated gambling market to move with the trend adopted by other European countries in recent years.
ORYX received the A1 license. This means it has the go-ahead to supply its gambling operators partners in Greece with its content. These operators include Betsson, NetBet, OPAP, and Stoiximan. More online gambling operators are set to launch in the Greek gambling market courtesy of the ORYX Hub distribution platform later in the year.
Chris Looney termed Greece as a market with the potential to become crucial for the company. This license underscores Bragg’s commitment to its customers in Greece. The chief commercial officer also stated this represented the company with a new milestone in its expansion plans in regulated markets across North America, Europe, and worldwide.
They also spoke about the company’s technology terming it as flexible. Looney also stated the technology is agile to allow for quick adaptability to new regulations. They concluded by expressing hope of entering more markets in the following quarters.
This they said in reference to the company’s in-house content development team, third-party products, and player engagement tools.
ORYX Gaming is already regulated in Romania and Malta. It also boasts approval to offer its content in several other markets across Europe and Latin America. They include Latvia, Colombia, Serbia, Croatia, Spain, Sweden, and Estonia. Other markets include the Czech Republic, Denmark, Switzerland, and Gibraltar.
The content provider is also gearing up for launches in more markets, the UK and Belgium are on its radar for upcoming expansions. Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey are also in the company’s plans when it comes to the United States. ORYX will also access operators in the Netherlands. This will happen after the country opens its regulated market later in 2021.
Bragg Gaming has also been on a streak of acquisitions to bolster its expansion. The company acquired Spin Games in its bid to offer content in Canada and the US. This acquisition opens up cross-selling content opportunities from already existing partnerships between top US gaming companies and Spin.
Later in June Bragg announced it had reached an agreement to acquire Wild Streak Gaming. Acquiring the Nevada-based company allows Bragg to boost its development in the United States.