SkillOnNet and Oryx Gaming Join ForcesPublished January 11, 2020 by Sol FH
iGaming giants SkillOnNet and Oryx Gaming sign a major partnership that will provide the latter with over 8,000 games.
A major partnership agreement has been inked between ORYX Gaming and SkillOnNet, wherein the latter will provide its massive portfolio to SkillOnNet and its member network.
As mentioned, the deal will give SkillOnNet access to a portfolio of over 8,000 games through the ORYX Hub, which includes ORYX’s proprietary content and other games from their partnered studios like Kalamba, Gamomat, Golden Hero and Givme Games.
Both sides are thrilled with the announcement of this new deal and upper management released its praise. Matevz Mazij, Managing Director of ORYX Gaming, related: “SkillOnNet powers some fantastic online casino brands and holds several licenses in regulated markets which will give us access to a new and wide-reaching player base.
“We’re thrilled to announce yet another partnership in what has been a very successful period for us in terms of growing our partner network of top operators.”
On the other side, Michael Golembo of SkillOnNet, related: “ORYX’s offering of popular slots from its top tier partners will be a great addition to our online casino brands and will greatly enhance the experience for our customers.”
About ORYX Gaming
Oryx Gaming is an iGaming content provider with proprietary technology at the top of its class. It provides turnkey solutions, which include a unique omnichannel iGaming platform, and, access to the ORYX Hub, an aggregator of content, marketing platform, product integration, which includes a lottery, sportsbook, and additional services. ORYX also has many integrations, including Quickfire, Greentube, NetEnt, PlayN’ GO, NYX, EGT, Evolution, Realistic, Kiron, Amatic and iSoftbet.
As one of the most renowned casino software platform providers, SkillOnNet has an arsenal of online brands. The provider is based in several jurisdictions around the world including the UK, Germany, Malta, and Sweden.