Toronto-listed supplier NYX Gaming Group has expanded its partnership with Caesars Interactive in the New Jersey iGaming market, launching its Open Gaming System (OGS) for the operator’s site.

NYX already supplies with its casino platform and related services, a deal that it inherited through its acquisition of Ongame from Amaya last year, and will now roll out proprietary and third-party content through the OGS launch.

The deal will allow Caesars to roll out online and mobile content, with NYX to license 40 of its in-house slots, including 38 mobile titles, alongside games from its third-party partners.

“We are thrilled that Caesars Interactive has decided to launch our portfolio of award winning content via NYX OGS on,” NYX chief executive Matt Davey commented. “We continue to work closely with them and forecast great success with this new venture.”

Caesars Interactive’s senior vice president and chief information officer Marco Cecarelli said the integration of NYX OGS would not only allow the operator to quickly launch an array of new content, but also “significantly improve” its mobile offering for iOS and Android devices.

“We look forward to working with NYX and highly value its commitment to deliver us an ongoing supply of additional content,” he said.

Shares in NYX Gaming Group (Co.Data) (TSX:NYX) closed up 4.65 per cent at CAD$2.69 per share in Toronto yesterday.