Toronto-listed gaming solutions provider NYX Gaming Group has expanded its partnership with GVC Holdings to deploy its Open Gaming System (OGS) with the operator's bwin brand.

The deal builds on the supply deal signed by GVC and NYX in 2014, which has seen the operator deploy NYX's Open Platform System (OPS) for a number of its gaming brands including Sportingbet.

This has now been expanded by the OGS deal, which will increase the selection of games available via bwin with the addition of more than 1,000 titles including proprietary games from NYX's NextGen Gaming subsidiary and third-party content from more than 40 development studios.

The agreement also serves to expand NYX's reach in regulated markets such as Italy, Spain and New Jersey.

"GVC are a true leader in the gaming industry and their strategy for growth and business development is impressive," NYX chief commercial officer David Flynn said. "This partnership is extremely important to NYX, representing a firm endorsement of NYX OGS and emphasising the vital role it plays for the industry's most successful operators around the world.

"It also reaffirms NYX's commitment to building our partnerships and maximising the relationships across a number of different areas to deliver optimum value to our clients."

GVC chief product officer Liron Snir added that the deal was "another big step" towards his company's goal of building the best casino offering in the iGaming market.

"NYX is a premium developer and we are thrilled to be able to offer their highly popular games to our players," he said.

Shares in NYX Gaming Group Limited (Co.Data) (TSX:NYX) closed in Toronto Friday down 1.8 per cent at CAD$1.10 per share, while shares in GVC Holdings plc (Co.Data) (LSE:GVC) were trading down 0.14 per cent at 715.50 pence per share in London early Monday.

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