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Bragg’s Oryx Gaming rolls out slots content with Grand Casino Baden’s digital domain

After an initial partnership deal inked in late March this year, global B2B gaming technology platform provider Bragg Gaming Group (NASDAQ: BRAG) company Oryx Gaming has now rolled out its content with Swiss land-based operator Grand Casino Baden’s online casino brand

The launch on the digital domain features exclusive content from German online casino games developer Gamomat, which is Oryx’s remote gaming server (RGS) partner and includes popular titles such as Take 5, Crystal Book, the Ancient Egypt-themed title, Ramses Book. and Royal Seven, each of which incorporates features and jackpots proven to increase retention levels and player engagement.

Leading operator:

Lauded as “one of Switzerland’s strongest operators,” in August 2019, Grand Casino Baden became the first licensed iGaming operator in Switzerland, after the Central European country’s online casino market came into effect on July 1, 2019, permitting only land-based casinos to secure licenses. Since the market launch with the Slovenian provider of omni-channel turnkey solutions, the land-based operator’s digital domain has become one of Switzerland‘s leading brands.

Explaining that Oryx’s titles and services are “perfectly placed to help develop the impressive start” they’ve made in the Swiss online sector, Brian Christner, Chief Online Gaming for Grand Casino Baden, added…

“Our goal is to provide Swiss players with the best today’s suppliers have to offer and we’re sure they will find these new games maintain that commitment.”

Growing market:

In late November 2020, Grand Casino Luzern became the second casino in the Central European country to launch an online gaming domain under the brand, following Oryx’s ISO/IEC 27001 certification in July last year. The certification, which is an information security standard published by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), is used as a regulation benchmark in Switzerland.

In a company news release, Chris Looney, Chief Commercial Officer for Bragg, commented on the significance of the new collaboration, saying…

“Reputable and established partners are key to establishing and expanding your brand in any regulated gaming market. In our view, this new partnership with Grand Casino Baden aligns Bragg and ORYX with one of Switzerland’s strongest operators.

“We’re proud of our content and confident that it will perform well in a market that is renowned for its commitment to high standards.”

Industry recognition:

The deal follows Oryx’s announcement that it has been named finalists for two awards, iGaming Software Supplier and Technology Provider/Supplier, by The International Gaming Awards (iGA 2022), which will take place on January 31st at the Savoy Hotel in London.

Oryx has also been shortlisted for the Global Gaming Awards 2022 in the category Casino Product of The Year with its state-of-the-art gamification and engagement toolset, FUZE, with the winners to be announced at an invite-only ceremony at London’s Hippodrome Casino on January 31st, 2022, the Monday of ICE week.

Bragg’s Oryx Gaming rolls out slots content with Grand Casino Baden’s digital domain