The certification, awarded by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), enables ORYX to continue expanding globally into regulated markets and build its partner database, the group said.
Bragg told shareholders in a statement that the designation “(underlines) the supplier’s commitment to information security.”
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ORYX managing director Matevz Mazij said that the accreditation is an “important achievement” for the gaming company.
“It is the result of a lot of hard work from our dedicated team and it will allow us to continue to expand into newly regulated markets, such as Switzerland, and to deliver on our 2020 strategy to grow aggressively by strengthening our position in regulated markets across the globe,” he added in the statement.
Switzerland, where ORYX is planning to debut shortly, uses the ISO certification as a regulation benchmark. The company is in the midst of significant expansion throughout regulated markets in Europe in addition to new international markets such as the US and Colombia.
A number of ORYX Hub integration agreements have been signed with major operators in Europe and Latin America recently, ORYX told investors.
ORYX Hub allows operators to create exclusive competitive environments, in-game leaderboards and real-time tournaments through access to over 10,000 games from hundreds of providers.
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