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Gaming firm NYX Gaming Group has announced that they have been granted a Class B Supplier gaming license by the Canadian province of British Columbia, and will now be able to offer their products in the region for the first time.
NYX provides casino games and lottery services throughout the world and NYX isn't exactly new to British Columbia, as its subsidiary OpenBet has been operating in British Columbia since 2012.
Speaking about the licensing NYX CEO Matt Davey said, "Bringing NYX Gaming Group content to market in a growing and highly regulated jurisdiction like British Columbia is evidence of the synergies we are driving through our integration work with OpenBet. NYX is committed to strict compliance and strong growth in regulated markets, so we are delighted to announce that we have been granted an unconditional registration in British Columbia."