Oryx Gaming Ink SoftSwiss Online Casino DealTisha Walden | 26 Nov 2020
Development studio Oryx Gaming, part of the Bragg Gaming Group, and SoftSwiss, have officially tied the knot. As of now, the developer’s vast range of online casino content will be added to the SoftSwiss distribution platform. This includes a vast range of games created in-house by the company, but also content created by studios that are partnered with Oryx Gaming, making it an immensely vast arrangement.
Some of the third party studios that will be included are Kalamba Games, Golden Hero, Givme Games, and more. Additionally, Peter and Sons, Arcadem and CandleBets will also be added to the platform at a later date.
This is, in other words, a big move for all parties involved, and likely a wave that will be felt across the online casino industry.
A Big Year
Interestingly enough, this isn’t the only partnership to have been struck by Oryx Gaming in recent weeks. Not long ago a similar arrangement was made with Kaizen, indicating that the developer is certainly making serious progress. In fact, it has overall been a successful year for the company on almost every front.
In total, 38 new pokies and other online casino titles were created in-house. A wave of new content supply deals, and other partnerships, were also struck. Numerous operators also signed on the dotted line, including 888casino, Maxent, and others. Plus, with the year not yet coming to a conclusion, Oryx Gaming has promised to deliver another 9 online casino titles before the end of the year.
But even with all this having been achieved, this latest deal with SoftSwiss is still perhaps the developer’s biggest step forward for the whole of 2020.
A Vast Expansion
As far as SoftSwiss is concerned, the platform offers no less than 10,000 titles from some of the most highly respected studios in the world. Over the last 12 months, 30 new contributors signed up, including Oryx Gaming, and many more are expected to do likewise in coming years.
Add to this the fact that the platform holds licenses in Latin America and Europe, and it becomes clear just how powerful the organisation is in the online casino world.
CEO of SoftSwiss, Max Trafimovich, commented briefly on the situation. He explained that he was constantly searching for new titles, with a number one priority being to keep the platform catalogue fresh. With this latest influx of content from such a respected developer, he concluded, partnered operators would certainly be in for a treat.