ORYX Gaming from Bragg Gaming has expanded its presence in the regulated Dutch iGaming market after propelling the launch of Jacks.nl, the new iGaming brand for Jack’s Casino, owned by JOI Gaming.
ORYX is providing its iGaming Player Account Management (PAM) platform and content to the brand new Jacks.nl, after the Dutch Gaming Authority has licensed JOI Gaming, which is part of the JVH Gaming & Entertainment group.
The ORYX platform supports exclusive games on Jacks.nl, including titles from GAMOMAT, Peter & Sons and the internal studios of ORYX, as well as a full sports betting offering provided by Kambi, games from Evolution live casino and over 10,000 aggregated casino titles from a range of premium studios.
“We congratulate Jacks.nl, a well-known and reputable Dutch brand, for going live now, and we are delighted to be their partner, fueling their strong offering with our iGaming platform solution,” said Chris Looney, commercial director of Bragg. “We entered into this agreement with JVH in the fourth quarter of 2020, and we are very happy to be operational now.
“It has been an exciting time since the opening of the much anticipated Dutch online marketplace in October, and this partnership is the cornerstone of ORYX’s future growth in the region, which is of great strategic importance to the region. ‘business. “
JVH is a leading casino operator in the Netherlands with 85 properties across the country and is best known for its Jack’s Casino brand.
“We have been working for a long time to launch Jacks.nl on the regulated Dutch market, so it is a historic achievement for us to now be able to provide our customers with a high-end online sports and casino offering,” said the CEO of JVH. Eric Olders.
“At ORYX we have a strong technical partner with a fantastic platform and their substantial content portfolio allows us to offer the most wanted games in the market and we look forward to a long relationship and to achieve great things. together.”
Actions in Bragg Gaming Group Inc (TSX: BRAG) Closed up 0.75 percent at C $ 8.02 per share in Toronto on Thursday.