Oryx Gaming secures ‘attractive commercial agreements’ in Ontario

Oryx Gaming secures ‘attractive commercial agreements’ in Ontario

It has been announced today by leading iGaming content creator and platform provider, Oryx Gaming, that it has secured attractive commercial agreements in Ontario as it prepares to launch its brand in the new regulated market when it opens today.

A number of agreements have been signed by the Bragg Gaming Group company with gambling operators in the Canadian province that will allow the brand to hit the ground running on day one of market opening, with various other agreements pencilled in for launch in the coming months.

Operators in the region are able to use their new partnerships with Oryx Gaming to offer customers a wide selection of high quality gaming content from the brand, which holds a solid reputation in the industry for its diverse extensive portfolio and innovative games and mechanics.

According to reports, Bragg Gaming Group has been working with local regulators since last month to ensure that its technology and iGaming content is compliant and ready to go full steam ahead with full legal approval to do so.

Following this move, not only will the company enter yet another popular regulated market with millions of potential players, but also increase its footprint in North America, whilst bolstering the offering of gambling operators with huge revenue potential.

Additionally, the firm has been keen to strike trusted and reputable partnerships for both its casino content and platform solutions, allowing operators to integrate games titles from its in-house iGaming studios and third-party developers.

Top games from Oryx Gaming include Mundial Fever, Golden 7 Classic, Fruit Lines, Extreme Pay, Fruit Lines Winter, Broker Bear, Wild Dolphins and Sweet n Sour among others.

Reportedly, the Canadian province is a key market for the company and offers massive potential for growth and expansion, whereby industry leading content will be distributed to a large portion of the some fourteen million residents.

What’s more, according to H2 Gambling Capital, the online betting and gaming market in Canada is worth an estimated $2 billion annually.

Chris Looney of Bragg Gaming Group commented on the new market entry and link-ups with operators in the province:

Ontario is our home market, and we are delighted to be in position to serve operators with our iGaming content and solutions as the market opens to customers across the province.

We believe the Ontario online gaming market offers a significant opportunity for our industry-leading content and platform technology and we are excited by the interest shown in our offerings from local, U.S. and international operators.

Our team has done a fantastic job securing attractive commercial agreements with operator customers, including with top-tier brands, and we are eagerly anticipating supporting their launch efforts in the coming days, weeks, and months.

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