Malta-based iGaming supplier EveryMatrix has expanded its Kids Academy initiative, establishing two educational hubs in Bucharest, Romania to provide “high-quality educational programmes to children at social risk”.
The two new centres add to the three already in place in Romania and will be operated in partnership with the local Child Protective Services authority.
Launched in 2015, the programme operates with the objective of helping vulnerable children with the opportunity to continue their studies and gain access into higher education, thus helping to overcome the hurdle of social inequality.
Ebbe Groes, Group CEO at EveryMatrix, commented: “We have been dedicated to supporting educational causes since 2015. Kids Academy is a project I value very much and seeing the impact it had over the years makes our team here very happy”.
Asked on social media whether the company was planning to expand the project abroad, Mr Groes explained that the company is testing the scalability of the academy model, and to do so needs to stay in Bucharest, where “honestly there is sadly no shortage of need”.
EveryMatrix provides a modular and API driven product suite for casino, sports betting, payments, and affiliate/agent management.
Currently it acts as a certified software provider to licensed operators in Malta, the UK, Spain, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Romania, Greece, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Belarus, Georgia, Armenia, and Colombia.
Its office in St Julian’s, Malta is the company’s main commercial hub and a “core centre of activity and opportunity”.
Established in 2011, according to EveryMatrix’s website, the office employs a “diverse international team of 30+ people focused on Sales, Legal & Compliance and MoneyMatrix Operations”.
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