ORYX Confirmed to speak at the 11th i-Gaming Forum, Stockholm on 11th April 2019

Malta, 10th April 2019 - ORYX Gaming is set to discuss the potential of the newly-reformed Swedish market and the advantages of regulated jurisdictions at the 11th consecutive i-Gaming Forum in Stockholm.

ORYX Gaming, a member of Bragg Gaming Group (TSXV:BRAG), has vast experience in newly regulated markets and is in a strong position to assist partners in expanding their content in these jurisdictions.

The turnkey solution provider is renowned for its rapid and seamless integration, and is fully compliant with major regulated jurisdictions, including Spain, Romania, Schleswig Holstein, Croatia and Colombia, and also meet all the requirements of the new Swedish regulation that entered into force on January 1, 2019.  

Jan Ridenfeldt, Business Unit Director at ORYX Gaming, will speak on a panel on Thursday 11th April, discussing the impact that the Swedish re-regulation will have on business and opportunities that the new environment can offer suppliers.

He said: “Sweden represents a huge growth area for the business and fits well with our strategy to expand our footprint in regulated markets.

“We are certain that our content and our platform will perform as well in Sweden as we have seen in other regulated markets where we have gained significant expertise. We especially believe that the classic content from our partner Gamomat will be very popular as well as the typical Scandinavian content from Kalamba Games and Golden Hero.”

ORYX has already signed significant content deals with Betsson Group, Kindred, Casumo, Videoslots, Mr Green, ComeOn and Genesis, each of whom have been issued licences to operate in Sweden by the Swedish Gambling Authority. 

As another proof of its investment into the Swedish market, ORYX will also add Stockholm-based studio OMI Gaming’s content to its aggregator platform of world-class games.  

The i-Gaming Forum is an annual event held in Stockholm and will this year focus on the new regulation and discuss opportunities and challenges ahead.


Wynn Theriault