ORYX Gaming is preparing to launch in the Netherlands’ soon-to-be-regulated online gaming market. Bragg Gaming Group’s subsidiary has obtained local license for its iGaming Platform and RGS, with 50 games set to be released once the market opens on October 1, 2021.

The ORYX iGaming Platform has received approval and is now compliant with Dutch regulation, allowing local operators to use it to manage their product suite. The platform itself offers a set of proprietary tools to partners, including player and payment management, automated KYC, compliance, CRM, and promos, as well as fraud and risk assessments.

Debuting in New Markets

The company’s platform also has built-in features for player protection management and reporting to the country’s regulator in accordance with local rules, which are specialized to the Dutch market. This ensures that all needs will be met by the provider. The company’s RGS has also been approved, and it will launch with 50 exclusive games from GAMOMAT, Peter & Sons, and the supplier’s own studious.

The long-anticipated launch of the regulated Dutch online gaming market, which is set to begin on October 1, 2021, is just a month away.

Bragg Gaming Group’s expansion plan in major regulated markets includes the country, and the company recognizes its potential. Operators who are considering offering online gambling for the first time can benefit from the supplier’s experience and expertise in the field.

Bragg Gaming Group’s Chief Technical Offer, Peter Lavric, said the brand has a great record of quickly adapting its ORYX platform, games, and technology to new markets and regulations. According to him, the company is excited and ready to offer its services and gaming titles to the regulated Dutch online gaming market as soon as possible.

Mr. Lavric continued by saying that the corporation deems the Dutch gaming space as one of great potential. He is looking forward to assisting local operators in their process to introduce competitive online offerings, such as the company’s premium game catalog, which is likely to be a popular with Dutch players.

Increasing European Footprint

In previous ORYX Gaming news, the subsidiary company announced a partnership with Greek gaming operator Novibet. This was the company will have entered one more jurisdiction and improve its influence on the continent. Novibet will soon be able to distribute the supplier’s content to the Italian and UK gaming markets, thanks to the agreement.

Mexican Deal

ORYX Gaming recently inked a collaboration agreement with Logrand Entertainment Group’s online casino platform Strendus Casino in order to better establish itself in the Mexican gaming market. Players can now access content from the supplier’s partners GAMOMAT, Kalamba Games, Givme Games, Golden Hero, Peter & Sons, and Arcadem through the web portal.