Galaxsys and NuxGame reach agreement on content

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  • Veteran gaming and betting software provider NuxGame has secured a partnership with futuristic development studio Galaxsys.

The deal will bring many of Galaxsys’ innovative, fast-paced games, including Rocketon, Crash and Keno Express, to NuxGame’s growing customer base and client list. Additionally, providers will be able to offer popular skill-based titles such as Pasur, Belote, and Hokm.

Galaxsys is an emerging studio that has seen impressive growth over the past 12 months and now has over 60 iGaming veterans working together to market and develop hot titles that appeal to modern users.

This latest deal represents a new growth opportunity for NuxGame and its global customer base as a leading solution provider with access to a wide range of titles from over 80 industry-leading providers. NuxGame Head of Sales Bar Konson said:

Her Teni Grigoryan, Head of Sales at Galaxsys, said: What unites the two companies is his flexibility, motivation and ambition to become one of the best-known companies in the industry. ”

“The highly ambitious studio has seen unprecedented growth over the last few months and we are delighted to bring that title to our clients and their global audiences.”

Through its turnkey sports engine, website API, retail and legal services, NuxGame provides customer-centric solutions to numerous market-leading operators, offering flexibility and a personalized approach at a low cost.

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