ORYX Gaming has announced a successful integration of their casino titles within Casumo, a top-rated online gaming operator. The games are now live, as ORYX made their complete portfolio of proprietary games available to the operator. They also are offering content from independent studios including Kalamba and Gamomat.

Business Development Strategy:

Casumo is a well-known online gaming brand in the industry. They offer a wide array of gaming content, including slots, table gaming options, sportsbook, live casino and more. The brand has licensing in Denmark, Sweden, Malta and the United Kingdom.

ORYX CEO, Matevz Mazij, has commented on the new deal, stating that the partnership with the casino is part of their business development strategy.

According to a recent press release…

Mr. Mazij stated: “We’re thrilled to have gone live with Casumo, which is a significant step in fortifying our position as one of the industry’s leading aggregator platforms. I strongly believe our portfolio of games is a perfect match for them and we look forward to a successful partnership.

“The new relationship is also in line with the company’s strategy of continuing to expand the footprint in regulated markets by bringing scalability, flexibility, and immediate access to content, as well as ongoing integration and support capabilities.”

Casumo Business Development—Programme Manager, Andreas Vickman, also commented on the new partnership by stating that partnering with ORYX gives Casumo the opportunity to expand their current content offering. They have added titles that have a strong appeal in key markets.

Additional Partnerships:

Both ORYX and Casumo have been busy this year signing new partnerships. In March, the supplier announced a deal with Mr Green and Company AB. The provider will be offering their gaming portfolio the Sweden-facing version of MrGreen.com.

For Casumo, the casino brand partnered with Red Tiger Gaming earlier this year. The development company announced that they now offer their online slots via the casino. The UK-licensed online casino operator is actually the first to launch Red Tiger Gaming via its new Malta Gaming Authority B2B license.