Following the deal, Leo Vegas users will also have access to both proprietary and partner games which is offered through the Oryx Hub.
Commenting on the deal with Oryx, Mats Andersson, casino release manager at LeoVegas, said: “Oryx’s diverse portfolio of innovative slots provides a host of quality games that perform exceptionally well on smartphones, perfectly aligning with our mobile focus.
“The integration process with its newly enhanced Oryx Hub platform was a seamless and efficient experience. We are looking forward to offering our customers a broad range of exciting and engaging titles.”
Matevž Mazij, managing director of OryxGaming, commented: “LeoVegas is a leading European operator with an unrivaled mobile offering, so this partnership is a testament to the quality of our games catalog.
“Widening our distribution network with this reputable brand will significantly expand the reach of our in-house and partner content in Europe, whilst providing LeoVegas with a library that is versatile across devices and will deliver results with its digital products.”
Recently, Leo vegas posted a strong online gaming performance with its revenue jumping 8 percent year-on-year for the second quarter to June 30. the online gambling operator generated €94.4m in the second quarter and set a new quarterly record for itself. The company posted an earning of €15m for the same period.
LeoVegas has got approval to operate online casinos and sports betting in the regulated Spanish market. It also holds licenses issued by the gambling authorities of Malta, the UK, Denmark, Italy, Sweden, Ireland and the German state of Schleswig-Holstein.