Gaming supplier NYX Gaming Group has announced the signing of another high profile partner, with 888 Holdings the latest to agree to launch games via NYX's Open Gaming System (OGS) and Casino Gaming System (CGS) platforms.

The deal will see 888 launch NYX’s proprietary online and mobile casino content, as well as a range of third party games available on each platform, on the operator’s bingo and casino sites, including its B2B Dragonfish platform.

It expands the relationship between the two companies, with NYX already supplying its NextGen Gaming content to 888.

The deal is the latest to be signed by NYX in a successful month that has seen the supplier agree to provide games to the likes of Paddy Power, Boylesports and mybet Holding, while its Italy-facing Game360 subsidiary has agreed to supply casino content to SNAI.

“I am delighted the group partnership with 888 continues to grow - through licensing of NextGen Gaming content over many years to this latest agreement for the supply of an extended content portfolio via OGS & CGS,” NYX group commercial director David Johnson commented.

“NYX boast the widest distribution network of real money wagering slots games in the online marketplace; the 888 OGS/CGS integration is a natural progression with one of our closest partners.”

Dragonfish head Yaniv Schwartz said the agreement would allow the subsidiary to offer “an even wider and exciting content portfolio to our bingo and casino partners.

“As an aggregator of proprietary and third party content, NYX will enable our partners to create an engaging and customized offering for their players across the Dragonfish mobile and PC innovative products,” he explained.

Shares in NYX Gaming Group Limited (Co.Data) (CVE:NYX) closed up 9.23 per cent at CAD$2.86 per share in Toronto yesterday.