Bragg Gaming subsidiary ORYX inks content deal with European online casino operator LeoVegas

2019-09-05 09:30:00
LeoVegas customers will now have access to the ORYX Hub, which gives its partners access to more than 8,000 games from 80 providers
“LeoVegas is a leading European operator with an unrivalled mobile offering, so this partnership is a testament to the quality of our games catalogue,” Managing Director Matevž Mazij said

Bragg Gaming Group (CVE:BRAG) (OTCMKTS:BRGGF) announced Thursday that its subsidiary ORYX Gaming reached a deal with European online casino operator LeoVegas to bring the ORYX Hub to its platform. 

LeoVegas customers will now have access to ORYX’s slate of proprietary and partner games, which includes content from studios such as Gamomat, Kalamba and Golden Hero.

“LeoVegas is a leading European operator with an unrivalled mobile offering, so this partnership is a testament to the quality of our games catalogue,” Managing Director Matevž Mazij said in a statement. “Broadening our distribution network with this reputable brand will significantly expand the reach of our in-house and partner content in Europe, while providing LeoVegas with a library that is versatile across devices and will deliver results with its digital products.”

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The ORYX Hub gives its partners access to more than 8,000 games from 80 providers, complete with features like tournament play, leaderboards, achievements, free round promotions and more. 

The breadth of content earned praise from LeoVegas Casino Release Manager Mats Andersson.

“ORYX’s diverse portfolio of innovative slots provides a host of quality games that perform exceptionally well on smartphones, perfectly aligning with our mobile focus,” Andersson said in the statement. “The integration process with its newly enhanced ORYX Hub platform was a seamless and efficient experience. We’re excited to offer our customers such a broad range of exciting and engaging titles.”

Bragg shares ticked up 1.5% Thursday to US$0.21 in New York and 3.4% to C$0.30 in Toronto.

—Updated to include stock movement—

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