Toronto-listed gaming supplier NYX Gaming Group has launched its Open Gaming System (OGS) for the Amaya-owned Full Tilt brand, rolling out new casino content from a variety of suppliers including subsidiary NextGen Gaming.

The launch allows Full Tilt to roll out hundreds of casino games from multiple suppliers across mobile and desktop. The deal covers the licensing of a significant number of slots from NYX’s NextGen Gaming development studio, as well as third party content delivered via the single NYX OGS integration.

Amaya and NYX agreed a six-year licensing agreement in April this year as part of a deal that saw the supplier acquire Amaya's B2B casino subsidiaries Cryptologic and Chartwell Technology.

NYX said that the launch of OGS with Full Tilt was the result of the "excellent" working relationship between both parties and further evidence of the concrete demand for the supplier's content to regulated B2C providers.

“We are delighted to announce our go-live with Full Tilt, who complement a wide roster of premium, regulated operators licensing content via NYX OGS,” NYX commercial director David Johnson said. “NYX Gaming Group boast the widest distribution network of real money wagering slots games in the online marketplace.”

Full Tilt managing director Dominic Mansour said that NYX agreement supported the operator’s strategy of enabling customers to enjoy “the best in multi-vendor content.”

“I look forward to future releases of proprietary NextGen content and the wide array of third party providers also available via NYX OGS,” Mansour explained.

Shares in NYX Gaming Group Inc (Co.Data) (TSX:NYX) closed up 7.18 per cent at CAD$3.91 following news of the launch, while shares in Amaya Inc (Co.Data) (TSX:AYA) ended trading up 1.6 per cent at $35.00 per share in Toronto yesterday.

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