Bragg Gaming Group has announced that its subsidiary ORYX Gaming has received a license to supply its exclusive content via its own remote gaming server to operators in Greece from the Greek Gambling Commission.
ORYX is now operational and fully compliant in a jurisdiction that has moved from a temporary structure to a fully regulated one in line with the general trend in European countries in recent years.
The A1 license allows ORYX to supply its Greek licensed clients including OPAP, Stoiximan, Betsson and NetBet, and new online casino brands are expected to enter the market this year through the ORYX Hub distribution platform.
Chris Looney, Chief Commercial Officer for Bragg, said:
“Greece has the potential to become an important market for the group, and this license reinforces our obligations to clients in jurisdiction and is a new milestone for us in our expansion plans on regulated markets in Europe, North America and around the world. We have an excellent new roadmap of exclusive games, including the growing part of our own studios, and we cannot wait to present them to fans of the Greek slots “.
ORYX is already licensed in Malta and in Romania, as well as certified or approved to offer its content in several jurisdictions, including Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Portugal, Czech Republic, Croatia, Serbia, Switzerland, Gibraltar, Estonia, Latvia and Colombia. The company is in the process of obtaining additional licenses in the UK, Belgium and in the states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan, as well as in the process of obtaining a certificate for deliveries to Italy.