Bragg’s ORYX, the innovative slot development studio, received local certification for the Dutch market and is now waiting in the wings for the October launch with 50 titles up its sleeve.
The developer obtained certifications both for its iGaming Platform and its Remote Gaming Server (RGS) which stores the games.
A Track-Record of Quickly Adapting to New Markets
Not a week has passed since ORYX’s successful debut in Greece, and the developer already has exciting news to share: it has snatched supplier license for its iGaming Platform and RGS with 50 titles to be made immediately available once the Dutch market opens in October.
“We have a track record of quickly adapting our ORYX platform, games, and technology to the requirements of new jurisdictions and we are thrilled to be fully prepared and ready to immediately offer our services and a selection of high-performing games when the Dutch online market opens,” said Peter Lavric, Chief Technical Officer at Bragg, as he commented on the development.
ORYX is now fully compliant with Dutch regulations and is waiting in the wings to launch 50 initial titles on its platform.
Obtaining a license means that the Slovenia-based company is now fully compliant with Dutch regulations, allowing local operators to manage their full product suite.
ORYX’s comprehensive platform boasts a number of built-in features aimed at player protection management on top of reporting processes to the country’s regulator, in line with the regulations.
Player and payments management, automated KYC, compliance, CRM, and promotions, as well as fraud and risk management, are all included in the platform.
“We see great potential in this exciting new market and look forward to helping our operator partners through the process of launching a competitive online offering, including a portfolio of premium games that are primed to be enjoyed by Dutch players,” Lavric added.
ORYX’s RGS has been certified with an initial batch of 50 exclusive titles from GAMOMAT, Peter & Sons, and ORYX’s own games ready for the launch.
The regulated market in the Netherlands is set for an imminent launch on 1 October and ORYX is only one of many studios that will debut its content in the country.