Velvix partners with OddsWorks

November 15, 2023
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Velvix's game content will now be offered in key North American markets.

Supplier Velvix has announced a partnership with provider of remote gaming server technology and interactive content, OddsWorks. 

As part of the deal, Velvix’s land-based game content will be offered online by OddsWorks within a number of North Amercian markets, helping its continued expansion. 

There will be launches of Velvix’s games in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Connecticut and Quebec, with additional growth markets including Ontario, Mexico and Columbia. 

Six games will be brought alongside the launches, including ‘Forgotten Treasures’ as its launch title, a game that was recently shortlisted for Slot of the Year 2023 at the Global Gaming Awards

General Manager and Executive Producer of Velvix, Cyrus San, gave his thoughts on the deal: “We are excited about OddsWorks’ nimble and quick-to-market execution, as well as their many decades of experience in the gaming industry.” 

“Velvix’s games are in line with our growth strategy that focuses on expanding our presence in each new domestic market. Oddsworks is pleased to provide differentiated slot games to our casino partners” stated Shridhar Joshi, CEO of OddsWorks. 

EVP of OddsWorks, Steven De Mar, added: “Velvix is an exciting and innovative business partner and we are excited to see our close relationship grow in the years to come.” 

In September, OddsWorks secured a partnership with PDX Slots to distribute content and grow as a key aggregator in the North American market, while in October it signed a deal to provide a range of iCasino, table, scratch cards and video poker games to Loto-Québec

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