• Microgaming, Cryptologic & BetsoftGaming Partner with NYX Interactive

    28 October 2010

    Newspaper

    NYX Interactive is an award winning provider of innovative software solutions for the e-gaming industry and in the last couple weeks has been establishing partnerships with some of the leading online gambling software providers in the industry. NYX offers such products as bingo, casino, sports betting, poker and lottery.

    The Sweden based company announced on Oct 18th, 2010 that they had reached an agreement with BetsoftGaming for the provision of its Slots3TM games. David Flynn, the CEO of NYX Interactive said of this announcement:

    “The latest games that Betsoft have developed are amongst the best in the industry. Betsoft have certainly created a revolutionary development with their 3D slot offering Slots3. With this agreement NYX can deliver this content via The NYX Rapid Platform™ for any licensed customer.”

    The following day NYX announced that Cashball, which it owns, signed a deal with QuickFire which is powered by Microgaming to provide its clients with casino content, The Director for Cashball, Staffan Lindgren said of the arrangement,

    “By delivering the best Casino and Bingo software available in the market, fully integrated through the NYX Interactive Rapid Platform™, Cashball has the gaming solution for today and tomorrow. The Cashball team has over 30 years of gaming experience, working with brands such as PokerRoom.com, Europoker.com, CasinoRoom.com, Betway.com, Ladbrokes.com and GNUF.com.”

    Another announcement came again on Oct 21, 2010 when NYC announced a deal with Cryptologic to provide casino content which will include its Marvel™ games. David Flynn again applauded the new deal saying,

    “Our vision at NYX is to Empower our customers with as wide a choice of gaming content as possible. This agreement with Cryptologic expands our portfolio of deliverables with our Rapid Platform™ solution.”

    Having a partnership with three of the best and most unique casino game providers in the industry, it seems NYX is gearing up to become a one stop solution for anyone looking to start a new online gaming business.

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