• Oryx Gaming Announces New Distribution Partnership with Paf

    09 December 2020

    Oryx gaming announced new distribution partnership with paf

    Oryx Gaminghas partnered with Finland gaming company, Paf, and according to the deal, the the Nordic-based operator will deliver its RGS content in a different regulated market.

    As a result, the Scandinavian operator will have access to premium content from Oryx's RGS operators such as Kalamba Games, Gamomat, Golden Hero, Givme Games, Arcadem CandleBets and Peter & Sons and, as well as other third-party content. Paf, who is licensed and controlled by the local government of the Åland Islands, will use the Oryx content pack at its online casinos in Sweden, Spain, Estonia and Latvia.

    Media Comments

    Kim Johansson, chief gaming officer at Paf, said of the agreement:“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. “ 

    Matevz Mazij, managing director of Oryx Gaming added:“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.”

    More on the Brand

    Oryx Gaming, established in 2010, is one of the newest game developers in the online gaming industry. The brand specializes in the production of complex solutions for betting operators. Today, its clients are the world's largest online casinos such as Slotty Vegas Casino and 1xSlots Casino. As a game operator, Oryx puts focus on creating software solutions for online casinos more than slots and table games and that’s why they have a smaller game library than other providers, which so far has 35 titles. However, its games are fully optimized for all platforms and devices including mobile and desktop, which means that provider is using latest technologies available such as HTML5 and Flash, in order to adapt all types of players.

    Source: “ORYX Gaming strikes multi-jurisdiction distribution deal with Paf”. ORYX Gaming. December 7, 2020.

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