ORYX Enters Croatian Gaming Market

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Casino developer ORYX Gaming is entering the Croatian gaming market for the first time after they launched with operator Senator.

ORYX is providing its ORYX Hub gaming platform to Senator, who's known as a land casino operator in the country. This will provide more than 10,000 games with more than 100 operators in the fold, which will in turn expand the game offering as more titles are developed. Senator oversees 17 casinos in the ciybtrt and are transitioning to be able to offer online games to its clientele.

"The regulated market in Croatia is enjoying great growth and we have had great success in this jurisdiction so far," said ORYX Gaming Managing Director Matevz Mazij.

"Our turnkey solution provides our partners with everything they need for a successful casino, sportsbook and lottery operation. Senator is an established and respected local operator, so to have been chosen by them to facilitate their entry into the online space is an honour and through our high-quality products and diverse content they will be able to hit the ground running with a premium online offering."

Senator COO Dimitar Deskoski added: "As the popularity of online gaming goes from strength to strength in Croatia we are excited about taking our knowledge and expertise to launch an online offering for our existing customer base as well as a completely new audience.

"We believe ORYX's solutions offer us the best conditions for our online debut and perfectly position us for future growth and we are thrilled to be able to offer their premium games portfolio to our customers."

The games are live now to punters who live in Croatia.

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