Agreement renewal between NYX-Evoke

13 Feb 2017

NYX-EvokeNYX and Evoke Gaming have been completely satisfied with their cooperation over the last few years and that led to the renewal of their agreement for three more years. NYX, who is a leading software provider in the industry, as it seems, will continue to supply Evoke brands Vinnarum, MammaMia, and Bertil with its online gaming platform, NYX Open Platform System. Moreover, Redbet will pass onto the NYX Ops, meaning that the betting operator will be on the NYX’ platform, passing the NYX-Evoke partnership to the next level.

David Flynn, who is the CCO of NYX, commented upon the announcement of the news: «We are thrilled to have been chosen to support Evoke Gaming as they move to a unified gaming platform. Having been one of our longest-standing customers on the NYX Open Platform System, it’s with great pleasure that we look forward help them grow their business across all the Evoke brands.». On the other hand, Hampus Eriksson, who is the Chief of Product and intelligence at Evoke Gaming, stated: «With the migration of redbet.com over to the NYX OPS platform, all of Evoke Gaming’s brands are now running on one award winning gaming system. This allows us to focus on our mission to deliver the best entertainment experience possible for our current and future customers.».

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