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NYX Gaming Group Receives Two Major Industry Awards
The Las Vegas-based technology provider to sports betting and gaming operators worldwide, NYX Gaming Group, is one of the biggest names in the business.
Offering market leading gaming solutions and high quality products, NYX Gaming Group has a strong position in the industry.
This is why the company is proud to announce it received two major awards, a truly deserved recognition of their hard work and dedication.
Two Important Awards
At 2017 EGR North America Awards, NYX was named Casino Platform Supplier, while on this year’s iGaming North America Awards, the company was awarded Best Platform Supplier. These awards acknowledge the full strength of the company’s Open Platform and Gaming Systems platforms.
The awards were won at two separate events, which are among the most prestigious in the industry. The both events were held in April and on both occasions, NYX impressed the judges with its performance record and the versatility of the mentioned platforms.
Matt Davey, CEO of NYX Gaming Group said it was an honour to receive these prestigious awards. Davey added the awards came as a recognition of all the efforts company had made in recent years.
About NYX Gaming Group
Founded in 1999, NYX Gaming Group is one the leading gaming providers, employing more than 1000 people around the globe and an ever expanding portfolio of more than 2000 high quality releases, distributed to over 200 unique customers.
The fact NYX supplies over 80% of licenced operators in the state of New Jersey illustrates the current market position of the company.
When talking about NYX, it is necessary to mention the company’s acclaimed sports betting division, OpenBet. OpenBet processed more than two billion bets in 2016 and this year set a new record by processing 68,000 bets per minute at 2017 Grand National.