Toronto-based Bragg said in a statement that Red Tiger’s entire portfolio of casino slots and table games were integrated onto ORYX Hub as part of the agreement.
Red Tiger’s new releases Mystery Reels Megaways and Dragon’s Fire join popular programs Pirates’ Plenty and Vicky Ventura on the platform.
The ORYX Hub allows its partners to pick and choose titles from more than 80 video game developers. Its content is licensed throughout Columbia, numerous European countries, and the UK. Red Tiger holds licenses in the UK, Malta, Alderney and Gibraltar and boasts a partner portfolio including William Hill PLC (LON:WMH) and PokerStars.
“We welcome Red Tiger’s award-winning content to our platform,” said Matevz Mazij, CEO of ORYX Gaming.
“We’re excited that our clients will be able to access its extensive games portfolio through one simple integration. The Red Tiger team has vast experience in the industry, and its games are much sought after.”
Red Tiger’s commercial director Chris Looney said the company was “thrilled” to add ORYX to its list of partners and were particularly impressed with its global presence.
“We’ll now be able to reach a wider audience with our portfolio of games, including operators like Online Casino Deutschland,” said Looney.
ORYX is part of Bragg Gaming Group, which was established in 2018 to identify online gaming opportunities with a focus on both B2B and B2C gaming companies.
Shares of Bragg rose 1.2% at the midday point in Toronto at C$0.41.
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