GVC Holdings Takes on ORYX Gaming Titles

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Internet casino giant GVC Holdings has announced that they've struck a content deal with ORYX Gaming and will begin offering the group's titles as a result.

The agreement will see GVC brands such as bwin, Sportingbet, Foxy Casino, PartyCasino, and Betboo all getting ORYX's slots and other casino games, as the company's RGS platform is being ported over. ORYX has dozens of games, including Duck Shooter, Bangkok Dreams, The Mighty King, and more. We haven't gotten a launch date for the games, but we'd assume that they're going live in the near future.

Speaking about the deal GVC CPO Liron Snir said, "We are delighted to partner with ORYX and be able to add their portfolio of top class casino games to our line-up. This is another step in providing our customers with the best and broadest casino offer in the market."

ORYX Gaming CEO Matevz Mazij added: "GVC is one of the biggest and most prestigious gaming groups around and our partnership gives us the perfect way to launch our games across several massive brands. We cannot wait to get started and for our commercial relationship to start yielding positive results."

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27 September 2018 - 6:59pm

Even though some of the GVC subsidiary brands like Bwin and Sportingbet have not been on the top of their popularity lately they're still a huge places with a great number of customers and the deal would definitely be a monstrous for Oryx with so many new casinos added to their operation territory.