Reputable gaming solutions supplier NYX Gaming Group has revealed that the Romania’s regulator Oficiul National pentru Jocuri de Noroc (ONJN) had granted it a Class 2 gambling license, making it possible for the provider to offer its Open Gaming System (OGS) platform to all gaming operators in the country. Company representative stated that everyone was “very pleased to be entering the Romanian market,” especially because the provider managed to meet the high standards set by the regulator.
In addition to entering a new gaming market, the developer has expanded its presence in Portugal and Latin America as well. Last week, the company announced that it had sealed a deal or, more precisely, a memorandum of understanding with operator Solverde S.A., which is in charge of five land based casinos in Portugal. Aside from using the supplier’s OPS, the operator revealed that it would also include in its offer the online scratch cards and slots by NextGen Gaming, NYX’s subsidiary. According to the director of Solverde, Americo Loureiro, NYX was chosen thanks to its “demonstrated capacity” as well as the quality of its service and “the client portfolio it already holds.”
Moreover, NYX was also chosen by the third-by-size Spanish gaming group Luckia Gaming Group to expand the company’s domestic presence and, additionally, enter the Latin American markets. The operator stands behind four land based gaming properties as well as other 76 gambling venues in the “Red Fury.” Aside from Spain, the group operates in Chile, Croatia, Panama, Peru and Colombia. Similarly to the Portuguese operator, Luckia plans to include in its offer both NYX’s OPS and NextGen’s products.
NYX Gaming Group Limited is a well-established gaming provider whose headquarters are located in Las Vegas, USA. The company employs over 1,100 people in 14 countries across Europe, North America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.