The Romanian government granted a Class 2 gaming license to Las Vegas-based NYX Gaming, which is expanding its operations in Europe and Latin America.
The Class 2 license allows NYX to market its Open Gaming System to Romanian casino operators. An NYX official said Romanian regulators set high standards and the company is please to earn its gaming license and start doing business in the Romanian market.
NYX also announced a memorandum of understanding with Solverde S.A., which operates five land-based gaming operations in Portugal.
NYX will provide Solverde with its Open Gaming System and online slots and scratch cards through NYX subsidiary NextGen Gaming.
Solverde Director America Loureiro cited NYX’s experience and impressive client portfolio among primary reasons for the business deal.
Spain’s Luckia Gaming Group and its four land-based casinos and 76 Red Fury gaming venues also agreed to do business with NYX.
Luckia Gaming does business in Spain, Croatia, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Panama, and will use NYX’s Open Gaming System and NexGen products.
NYX Gaming Group is headquartered in Las Vegas and employs more than 1,100 among 14 nations in Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, South America, and New Zealand.