The agreement will see ORYX games like Golden Dunes and Mission Atlantis being ported, as well as titles from smaller developers like Gamomat, Golden Hero, Kalamba, and others. Casumo is prominent in the Norwegian region, but has licenses in the UK and Malta, which allow the group to operate throughout Europe. The games are live now and can be played directly through your web browser on computers or mobile devices.
The move is the latest for ORYX, which recently went live with Genesis and Mr Green, and has been busy on the licensing front, acquiring approval for the jurisdictions of Sweden and Spain.
Commenting on the deal Casumo Business Development Manager Andreas Vickman said, "Partnering up with ORYX gives us the opportunity to expand our current content offering and adding titles we know have a strong appeal in some of our key markets.
"We at Casumo are happy to see what the future holds for the both of us."
ORYX CEO Matevz Mazij added: "We're thrilled to have gone live with Casumo, which is a significant step in fortifying our position as one of the industry's leading aggregator platforms. I strongly believe our portfolio of games is a perfect match for them and we look forward to a successful partnership.
"The new relationship is also in line with the company's strategy of continuing to expand the footprint in regulated markets by bringing scalability, flexibility, and immediate access to content, as well as ongoing integration and support capabilities."