ORYX Gaming Enters Colombian Market

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Internet casino game developer ORYX Gaming has signed a content deal with Wplay.co and has effectively entered the Colombian market as a result.

The agreement will see ORYX Gaming's full suite of games offered to Wplay, including their suite of slot machines and table games. The company has dozens of slots in their library, and will also bring over titles from Amatic and Gamomat. Punters in Colombia now have access to games like Book of Crazy Chicken, Tiger Claws, Wilds Gone Wild, and Glamorous Times.

Commenting on the agreement ORYX CEO Matevz Mazij said, "Colombia's iGaming market is one we have earmarked as a major goal in our business strategy for 2018 and 2019 and it's excellent news we have agreed terms with Wplay.co. Colombian regulation favours a multi-channel operation of online gaming and our partnership allows them to greatly benefit from our aggregator platform."

Wplay CEO Julio Cesar Tamayo Betancur added: "Wplay members expect the very best user experience on the market and that foundation is built on pure entertainment. ORYX believes in the same principles and that is hugely important to us. ORYX's casino games portfolio will help us increase our reach and expand our local market."

The games are available for play now at Wplay.co.

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5 October 2018 - 3:38pm
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Generally I'm not aware how solvent the Colombian market is but there's other factors also like what's the level of competition there so probably Oryx made their calculations and decided to strike, in the end it couldn't be a bad thing concurring a new territories, right!?