Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG.V) boosts their remote gaming server options with Arcadem studio


Oryx Gaming, a subsidiary of Bragg Gaming Group (BRAG.V), bolstered its remote gaming server (RGS) offerings through the addition of popular gaming studio Arcadem to its growing roster of platform partners, according to a press release.

The Oryx RGS provides speed, creativity, control, flexibility and represents considerable development opportunities, including expansion into HTML5 gaming in a global marketplace. Oryx RGS intends to market their platform to starter game studios intending to develop games and their brand, and also studios interested in getting into global markets.

“Arcadem’s slot games are truly unique and offer players a fantastic player experience with their superb futuristic themes and strong algorithms. We can’t wait to introduce the first titles to our partners and their players and we’re excited to see what the future will bring for this vibrant games studio. We look forward to a strong partnership,” said Matevz Mazij, managing director of Oryx Gaming.

Founded in Malta this year, Arcadem’s content features a futuristic perspective with high quality design, graphics and sound that stand out in the market. They follow recently added Peter & Sons and CandleBets, as well as long-standing studios GAMOMAT, Kalamba Games, Givme Games and Golden Hero.

Oryx is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and the Romanian National Gambling Office and its content is certified or approved in 18 major jurisdictions.

“Oryx is one of the leading aggregation platforms in today’s market and it is a privilege to provide our premium content to their client base. Our partnership with Oryx Gaming is an essential step forward and I believe this further reinforces our innovative approach and the quality of our games. The entire Arcadem team is delighted to work with such an established platform provider,” said Christian Hellman, director of Arcadem.

Their flagship game will be called Evil Elf: The Night Before Christmas, and will be launched in November, with more anticipated titles coming early next year.

—Joseph Morton

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