NYX Gaming Group subsidiary, NextGen Gaming (NextGen), has launched new, proprietary technology promising enhanced speed to market for third-party content delivery.
The new ARC interface takes NextGen’s proprietary Game Development Module (GDM) to “the next level,” a company press statement reads.
“With the advent of ARC, external developers can now interface intimately with GDM to deploy their own servers and preferred client game engine framework, without the need for expensive and time consuming external middleware.”
“ARC offers the flexibility to deliver games via varying API’s and programming languages, whilst bringing bespoke server and client technology together, allowing for more freedom than traditional game deployment methods.”
Early adopters of ARC include Chance Interactive and Game360, whilst Foxium are next up with their latest feature title, The Odd Forest.
“ARC is a significant innovation for NextGen and NYX, making it easier than ever for external studios to integrate and enjoy truly optimal speed to market, while operators benefit from an even wider range of innovative content from our global suppliers,” David Johnson, chief commercial officer of NextGen Gaming said.
In related news, NextGen has enhanced its “Owl Eyes” game through its proprietary HTML5 code NOVA.
“The title has benefitted from a client side enhancement, which will establish NextGen Gaming at the forefront of HTML5 game development,” the company said.
All new games will be built on HTML5 technology, including the re-launch of NextGen’s top performing title, “Merlin’s Millions SuperBet”.