The Swedish market is new territory for ORYX Gaming’s (a member of Bragg Gaming Group) expansion plans. There is great potential in the budding market with its newly-regulated jurisdictions. Discussions are set for the 11th annual Stockholm i-Gaming Forum.
It takes the kind of experience ORYX Gaming has to help its partners grow their content. They understand and are fully compliant with new markets like Spain, Romania, Schleswig Holstein, Columbia and Croatia. They are known for rapid and seamless integration.
All Swedish requirement have been met and ORYX Gaming is in force (since January 1, 2019). On April 11th, their Business Unit Director, Jan Ridenfeldt will speak on deregulation and the resultant business opportunities for suppliers. As it states it,
“Sweden represents a huge growth area for the business and fits
well with our strategy to expand our footprint in regulated markets.”
The annual forum is slated to focus on the challenges ahead in the local industry. According to Ridenfeldt,
“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.”
To date, significant deals are on record for ORYX and Betsson Group, Kindred, Casumo, Videoslots, Mr Green, ComeOn and Genesis. They all enjoy licenses to operate in Sweden, granted by the Swedish Gambling Authority.
ORYX has a strong investment in the expanding Swedish market, shown in the decision to add studio OMI Gaming’s content to its aggregator platform. Its world-class games are sure to well received by local players.