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Iforium and NYX in Partnership Agreement

Iforium and NYX in Partnership Agreement

Iforium, Isle of Man based casino game software developer, has made a new partnership agreement with the Swedish casino game supplier NYX Gaming Group, where Iforium will integrate some of NYX's casino games into their multi-vendor casino solution GameFlex.

The integration will be done through NYX Gaming Groups Open Gaming Server and will include over 100 different games that players can enjoy, based on HTML5 and Flash so that there is no download needed to play.

Phil Parry, CEO of Iforium, said that he was delighted to having partnered up with NYX Gaming and that their strong portfolio of games would be very beneficial for them. NYX Gaming is the latest larger casino game providers to enter a partnership with Iforium, who already works close together with Netent, Playtech, Betsoft and Microgaming.

“I am confident this partnership will bring new opportunities for both Iforium and NYX and I am excited by the potential,” Parry ended.

“By adding NYX OGS to their portfolio of games, Iforium are now able to deliver games from several studios with game titles like, Extra Cash, Lucky 88, The Green Lantern, Anubis, Blackjack Players’ Choice and Jackpot Jester 50,000,”  David Flynn, Senior VP of Business Development at NYX Gaming Group said.

Flynn is very thrilled to enter this partnership with Iforium, as he knows how they work and believe that they will be able to spread their popular games to even more online casinos all over the world. “As more games providers come on board these are also available with no further development work, thus giving Iforium speed to market for delivering exciting casino content to their clients,” Flynn ended.

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