Oryx Gaming, a new Malta-based gaming company founded by former executives from PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker is live with White Hat Gaming, its first major release. It is the only regulated casino to offer provably fair games in which players can verify their results on a blockchain ledger.

Bragg Gaming Group’s wholly-owned subsidiary ORYX Gaming has secured a new partnership, extending the company’s brand beyond the iGaming market. The latter will offer its top gaming content to a roster of White Hat Gaming’s iGaming operators as part of the new partnership.

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The firm is established in Canada and operates in Europe, North America, and Latin America, making it one of the major B2B companies in the digital gaming sector. The company’s subsidiary ORYX Gaming may provide unique, exclusive, and aggregated casino content to its partners through its in-house remote gaming server and ORYX Hub distribution network.

Increasing Our European Presence

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ORYX Gaming’s casino games will be delivered to White Hat Gaming’s operator network as a result of this new cooperation. The first group of titles, slot games, will be released by the end of this year, with the second batch following in 2022. As a result of the agreement, the supplier’s material will be available to over 40 gaming companies throughout Europe.

White Hat Gaming’s platform is now licensed to operate in MGA jurisdictions as well as the United Kingdom, extending the provider’s presence in those markets even further. The arrangement enables the supplier to dramatically expand its reach throughout the regulated European gaming markets while maintaining its top position as a provider on the continent.

White Hat Gaming, according to Chris Looney, Chief Commercial Officer of Bragg Gaming Group, is a prestigious platform provider that will be able to disseminate the company’s content to crucial regions. The deal, according to the CCO, enables them to take use of their freshly obtained license in the United Kingdom while also allowing the firm to continue to develop across Europe.

White Hat Gaming’s Head of Content, Kola Okoko, has also weighed in on the recent deal between the two parties. The platform provider’s official said that the firm is looking forward to incorporating the supplier’s greatest casino games into their portfolio in order to keep their numerous gamers interested. The representative is now eagerly anticipating how the games will be received by the public.

Deal with Playtech

Bragg Gaming Group and ORYX Gaming have had a busy few months, with the provider inking yet another profitable collaboration. This time, the arrangement was revealed on October 14, 2021, with gambling giant Playtech. The gaming aggregator gained access to over 30 additional territories as a result of the agreement, including Spain, Italy, Switzerland, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.

Greetings to the New Interim CEO

On a more recent note, the top aggregator and provider has made several management changes, including the appointment of a new Interim CEO. Paul Godfrey, the previous Chair of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, has taken up the post. Because it is dissatisfied with its market performance, the corporation will now look for a permanent candidate.

BusinessWire, December 2, 2021, “Bragg’s ORYX Gaming Takes Content Live with White Hat Gaming,”

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