NYX expands GVC content services with Bwin ‘OGS’ partnership

Matt Davey

Updating the market this morning, Toronto TSX-listed NYX Gaming Group (NYX) has informed that it has expanded its GVC content partnership with its ‘NYX OGS’ games server being integrated by GVC flagship brand Bwin.

GVC has been a customer of NYX since 2014, servicing games content to its Sportingbet brand. By integrating its NYX OGS games server the Bwin brand will now have access to a portfolio of +1,000 to choose from including NYX’s NextGen Gaming studio titles, and content from over 40 third-party developers.

NYX Chief Commercial Officer David Flynn commented: “GVC are a true leader in the gaming industry and their strategy for growth and business development is impressive. This partnership is extremely important to NYX, representing a firm endorsement of NYX OGS and emphasising the vital role it plays for the industry’s most successful operators around the world. It also reaffirms NYX’s commitment to building our partnerships and maximising the relationships across a number of different areas to deliver optimum value to our clients.”

NYX gaming continues its strong commercial momentum in 2017, having added new system partners in Luckia Spain, Caesars Interactive and Solverde Portugal.

GVC Holdings Chief Product Officer Liron Snir commented on the partnership“This is another big step towards our objective to build the best casino in the market. NYX are a premium developer and we are thrilled to be able to offer their highly popular games to our players.”

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