Published By Mia Gardner : 02 Oct 2020 | Last Updated: 30 Dec 2020
The content supply partnership between the companies means, of course, that all of the developer’s online casino titles, including a vast range of slots, will be added to the Microgaming aggregation platform.
Though, it is not just the developer’s own content that is to be handed over. The deal struck goes deeper, and includes other titles created by third parties.
As part of the partnership, it seems that Oryx Gaming’s own third party created online casino content, found on their exclusive RGS platform, is also to be given to the iGaming behemoth. The RGS platform houses a number of titles created for the studio by other developers, including the highly respected GAMOMAT. This content has been exclusive to the platform up until now but is set to also be added to the already vast Microgaming library.
The GAMOMAT content includes over 100 games, many of which are celebrated for featuring innovative and unique special features. Some of the top performing titles in the collection include a number of fan favourites such as Ramses Book, Fancy Fruits, and Crystal Ball.
As it stands, Oryx Gaming is licensed by the Romanian National Gambling Office, (ONJN,) as well as the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA,) which extends to a total of 17 central jurisdictions.
Managing director at Oryx Gaming, Matevz Mazij, elaborated on the partnership. He stated that he was delighted that the online casino supply deal had been struck, essentially allowing new audiences around the world to experience his studio’s work. He concluded simply by declaring that Microgaming had one of the best platforms in the world, and he was proud to be a part of it.
Commercial director at Microgaming, Leon Thomas, made a few comments of his own. He pointed out that it was always a pleasure to welcome a new partner, especially when it was a development team that was so creative, and so innovative. He made special mention of GAMOMAT, referring to them as one of the best German creators in the iGaming industry today.