Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG.V) obtained its second turnkey solution in Romania, courtesy of their partnership with land-based operator, Game World, today, according to a press release.
Gameworld.ro been launched on ORYX’s iGaming Platform, which offers casino, sportsbook and lottery verticals. The platform also offers a toolset including player and transaction management, customer relationship management systems, bonuses, fraud, compliance, analytics and reporting.
“This deal with Game World is a result of our commitment to the Romanian operators and we are thrilled to add Game World to the list of our iGaming platform and content partners and to be able to offer our exciting and engaging content to their loyal player base. Game World is one of the strongest brands in the market with great history and extensive local experience. As a result of recent developments we were asked to deliver a turnkey solution in the shortest time possible and I strongly believe that we are going to take their online operation to a leading position in the online market,” said Metevz Mazij, managing director of ORYX Gaming.
The deal also gives full access to ORYX Hub, which offers a library of over 10,000 casino games from more than a hundred providers, including ORYX’s RGS content and titles from Gamomat and thirdty party content suppliers like Evolution, NetEnt, Pragmatic Play and Greentube.
Game World has been in the land-based casino business in Romania since 1999. They operate Game World Bucharest Mall, which is the largest gambling establishment in the country, with a large customer base and a strong reputation in the Romanian market. The deal increase ORYX’s presence in Romania, where its iGaming platform is used primarily by Stanleybet, part of the Game World Group.
“With ORYX’s iGaming Platform and ORYX Hub we were able to quickly launch our brand online and minimize the impact of the retail closure and further strengthen our business. With such an extensive games portfolio, we are certain the content will have a wide appeal to our players,” according to Attila Torok, strategy director of Game World.