Slovenian iGaming solutions provider Oryx Gaming Limited has announced the inking of an arrangement that is to see it supply its pioneering Player Account Management (PAM) platform to the soon-to-launch online casino at BetNation.nl.
The Ljubljana-headquartered provider used an official Thursday press release to detail that the fresh arrangement will allow the coming Netherlands-facing domain to exploit a games library encompassing a plethora of popular titles developed by itself and a range of well-known partner studios including Peter & Sons, Gamomat Distribution GmbH and Sakuragate Incorporated. The enterprise of Canadian online gaming innovator Bragg Gaming Group Incorporated declared that this state-of-the-art solution can also offer sportsbook and lottery functionalities alongside ‘powerful intelligence and marketing tools’ to ensure seamless operation and ‘exceptional player journeys and engagement every step of the way.’
Chris Looney (pictured) serves as the Chief Commercial Officer for Toronto-headquartered Bragg Gaming Group Incorporated and he proclaimed that the alliance between Oryx Gaming Limited and BetNation.nl compliments numerous other deals the former firm has recently inked and will allow it to further expand its influence across Europe’s many ‘regulated markets.’ The experienced professional noted that these earlier accords had included a platform and content arrangement with the Netherlands-facing domain at 711.nl as well as a similar pact with Italian iGaming operator Microgame SpA.
Read a statement from Looney…
“Bragg Gaming group Incorporated continues to be the supplier of choice for operators as our reputation for consistently delivering a top-class product is allowing us to achieve our ambitious growth objectives. We are eager to deliver a smooth passage into the online casino industry for BetNation.nl and provide it with our market-leading platform as well as a wide range of exclusive content as it embarks on this transition.”
For his part and Robert Schouten, Managing Director for BetNation.nl, pronounced that his new domain is set to go live in the newly-regulated iGaming market of the Netherlands ‘later this year’ and wants to substantially increase its market share by continuing to form ‘strategic partnerships’ with companies such as Oryx Gaming Limited. The executive went on to divulge that a recent report from the Kansspelautoriteit regulator indicated that the small nation’s aggregated gross iGaming revenues for the fourth quarter had surpassed a very healthy €185 million ($194 million).
Schouten’s statement read …
“We are delighted to be partnering with Oryx Gaming Limited as we enter the gambling industry for the first time. The reputation for class and professionalism the company upholds was a real selling point for us and gives us confidence as we launch our brand onto the market.”