ORYX Gaming is primed for the Dutch online market opening in October after receiving local certification for its iGaming Platform and RGS with 50 games to immediately be made available.
The ORYX iGaming Platform is now fully compliant with Dutch regulations and will allow local operator partners to manage their entire product suite. The full-service platform features a proprietary set of tools including player and payments management, automated KYC, compliance, CRM and promotions, as well as fraud and risk management.
Crucially for the Dutch market, ORYX’s comprehensive platform also has built-in features for player protection management as well as reporting processes to the country’s regulator as set out in the country’s regulations, ensuring all needs are covered by the supplier.
The supplier’s RGS has also been certified with an initial 50 exclusive titles from GAMOMAT, Peter & Sons and ORYX’s own in-house studios ready for rollout.
The kick-start of the long-awaited new regulated Dutch online gambling marketplace is imminent, with October 1 set to see it finally go live. The Netherlands plays an important part of Bragg’s strategy to expand in key regulated markets and the Company sees great potential in the territory.
Bragg’s experience and expertise from working across numerous jurisdictions will see it bring significant know-how to the market and enables the supplier to offer support to local operators who are taking their businesses online for the first time.
Peter Lavric, Chief Technical Officer at Bragg, said: “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.
“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.”