Åland Island-based gaming operator Paf has signed a deal to integrate with NYX Gaming Group's Open Gaming System (OGS).
Paf currently serves players from Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Spain, and will expand its offering with content from NYX’s four in-house games studios, including NextGen Gaming, and more than 40 third-party studios on the OGS network.
Paf will also launch directly onto NYX’s latest promotional tool, Free Rounds 2, enabling the operator to run diverse and tailor-made free round campaigns.
"NYX is pleased to enter into this agreement and provide our valuable partners at Paf access to our market-leading NextGen Gaming content," said NYX commercial director Andrew Maclean. "We look forward to working together to bring additional high quality digital content to Paf's players, from proprietary game studios, as well as the stellar, third-party NYX suppliers, all available by a single, swift implementation of OGS."
Paf’s chief gaming officer Kim Johansson added: "We are excited to be partnering with such a well-established and respected supplier as NYX. Their wide offering in proprietary games and third-party content will add quality and variety to our current offering."
Shares in NYX Gaming Group Ltd (CVE:NYX) will open for trading at CAD$2.38 per share in Toronto later Wednesday.