In keeping with its strong start to the new year, Slovenian-headquartered software and services provider, ORYX Gaming, has announced a new deal with leading iGaming platform and solutions firm, Gaming Innovation Group (GiG).

According to the official press release

Under the terms of the agreement, ORYX’s wildly successful suite of online casino games will be integrated onto the Malta-based technology company’s platform.

Top-performing offering:

Accompanying the proprietary titles, GiG will additionally benefit from various top-performers from leading game developers inclduing German specialist gaming content design company, Gamomat; RNG slot provider, Golden Hero; developer, GivMe Games and Malta-headquartered international games studio, Kalamba Games.

Commenting on the significance of the new tie-up, Chief Executive Officer for ORYX, Matevz Mazji, said…

“Gaming Innovation Group is an important strategic partner for ORYX and we’re excited to integrate our range of games onto the platform.”

“GiG is licensed in several markets that are key to our business and we expect our latest partner to expand into other important areas throughout 2019,” added Mazji.

always seeking strong partners

Also explaining the key factors of the new partnership, head of Communications for GiG, Natasha Gowans, said that ORYX’s portfolio is the “perfect fit for the GiG platform.

“We’re always seeking strong partners and content that customers will love, and ORYX fits the bill. We’re very pleased to have the opportunity to work with them,” said Gowans.

Acquisition by Bragg:

The company formerly known as Breaking Data Corp., Bragg Gaming Group (TSXV:BRAG), an Ontario-headquartered next-generation gaming group with a focus on the newly emerging area of legalized US sports betting, completed its purchase of ORYX in December 2018.

New Jersey approval:

GiG, alongside its half-dozen consumer-facing brands, offers B2B solutions to its customers, as well as supporting their marketing efforts through its media vertical.

In January, GiG announced that its New Jersey arm could begin referring website traffic to local online casino operators after receiving its affiliate vendor registration. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City launched its land-based and online sportsbook at and, powered by GiG.