Open Gaming System has been introduced by NYX Gaming Group for Dansk Underholdning. What this does is allow the Danish licensed operator to churn out a range of exclusive, patented and third party content for all of its iGaming brands.
The Open Gaming System will be open for public very soon and across the operator’s brands which will include BingloSjov.dk, Bingoslottet.dk and Balletbingo.dk. The last one of the brands has been recently acquired. These are powered and run by EveryMatrix with the help of GamMatrix back-end solution as well as CasinoEngine which is a content aggregator.
Dansk Underholdning who is the CEO Peter Eugen Clausen said that he was thankful for this new association. He feels that this partnership will be beneficial for everyone. Websites such as these will be adding many of NYX’s finest online casino games which will include online slots like DoublePlay Superbet, Gorilla Go Wild, Spin Sorceress and DJ Wild which have been leading the board. Along with this they will also include games such as online blackjack and roulette.
Adding to this, he said that players will have a lot to pick from as there will be a diverse selection of first-rate casino games to choose from. The innovative games studios will include NextGen Gaming, Thunderkick and Elk Studios. It is no surprise that that then the decision to bring NYX OGS to our players was an easy one.
David Flynn, the NYX executive vice president of business development also mirrored similar appreciation and said he was very kicked to enter into the partnership with Dansk Underholdning. Honestly, anyone in his place would have all the reason to be.
He said that they are an experienced gaming company and they believe in delivering an innovative gaming experience in the market like Danish iGaming which is constantly under scrutiny and regulations. He is happy to see that they see the value in the OGS product diversity and quality of content both for desktop and mobile devices. And he is looking forward to growing together in this market that continuously expanding.
By open gaming we mean the practice of publishing content such as rules and sourcebooks. These are issued under a free content or open content license. This grants permission to modify, copy and redistribute most of the content on the internet.
The term was coined by Ryan Dancey and he used it to ‘open’ strictly and with reference to the open source movement. He explained how the Dominion RPG’s original licence as ‘pseudo-open’ and admitted that games like Fuzion and FUDGE that did not allow commercial reuse and how they could come under the open gaming mantle in case they adopted liberal terms like the Open Game License.
Ryan Dancey founded the Open Gaming Foundation and maintained a definition of an ‘Open Game license’ while it was active, with two criteria:
- The license must allow game rules and materials that use game rules to be freely copied, modified and distributed.
- The license must ensure that material distributed using the license cannot have those permissions restricted in the future.