In the latest steps of its rapid expansion, EveryMatrix has filed for licensing in two new US jurisdictions – the states of West Virginia and Michigan, it announced on Thursday.
West Virginia and Michigan have both enacted legislation for online casino and sports betting, making these markets highly attractive for EveryMatrix and its future clients with its in-house full turnkey platform, and the company says it is expecting to launch further licensing bids in the US in the near future.
EveryMatrix continues to expand its US business, having already signed agreements with Tier-1 operators like Kindred Group and Resorts Digital as well as with important payment providers such as PXP Financial and Nuvei.
Erik Nyman, President EveryMatrix Americas, comments: “To support our business advances and multi-state partnerships, we have now filed license applications in West Virginia and Michigan.
“This follows our clear path and ambition to be live with our technology and products in states that allow for a full casino and sports betting offering. I am very pleased with EveryMatrix’s progress in the U.S. and looking ahead to an exciting 2022.”
EveryMatrix is a leading B2B provider delivering iGaming software, solutions, content and services for casino, sports betting, payments, and affiliate/agent management to Tier-1 operators as well as to newer brands.
The company has 650 employees across nine countries and serves 120+ customers worldwide, including the regulated U.S. market.
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