Oryx Gaming Expands European Reach With Paf Link-Up

Oryx Gaming Expands European Reach With Paf Link-Up

It has been revealed today that leading turnkey gambling content provider Oryx Gaming has expanded its European reach by linking up with casino operator Paf.

Paf, also known as Penningautomatförening, a money gambling operator on the Åland Islands in Finland, has agreed the partnership with the Bragg Gaming Group brand to supply its RGS content across a number of regulated gaming markets.

As part of the partnership, content that is integrated with the Oryx Gaming platform will be readily available to the gambling operator, including slots from top developer brands such as Kalamba Games, Gamomat, Oryx Gaming, Peter & Sons and Arcadem among others.

Established Operator

Managing director of Oryx Gaming Matevz Mazij explained more about the link-up with Paf:

“Paf is an established operator in the industry and is well-known for its work around social responsibility and safe play, something that we at ORYX strongly support and encourage.

With a significant presence in several countries across Europe, this deal will see us greatly expand the reach of our content and we look forward to introducing our games to their wide base of players.”

According to reports, the local government operated Paf will integrated a suite of casino games from Oryx for output in its active markets, including Sweden, Spain and Latvia among others.

Reportedly, this latest deal between the two gaming firms will strengthen the operator’s offering across all active markets as well as expanding reach of the game aggregator and development hybrid company.

Huge Range of Games

Chief gaming officer at Paf Kim Johansson added details of its latest partnership with Oryx:

“Through this partnership with Oryx we will gain access to a huge range of games from well-established suppliers as well as up-and-coming slot studios that all bring something unique to the market.

The partnership will significantly strengthen our total offering on all our markets.”

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