EveryMatrix earns Pennsylvania approval, gaining access to its sixth North American iGaming market

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iGaming solutions supplier EveryMatrix has obtained approval to operate in Pennsylvania, giving it access to its sixth regulated North American iGaming market.

The technology and content provider has been granted “interim authorization” from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) enabling it to offer its software and services to licensed state operators. 

The supplier has more than 300 global customers with North American licenses and regulatory approvals in all regulated iGaming states including New Jersey, Michigan, West Virginia, Ontario in Canada, and most recently Connecticut.  

EveryMatrix bills itself as the industry’s largest iGaming content aggregator and has a series of commercial agreements with tier-1 US brands nationwide. It will soon begin the rollout of its aggregation services in the state via its partnership with betParxalongside expanding existing live customers such as BetMGM, Rushstreet Interactive and DraftKings. 

Erik Nyman, President of EveryMatrix Americas, said: ”EveryMatrix’s goal has been to obtain direct partnerships with leading operators and to ensure full market access. With regulatory approval in Pennsylvania we have obtained just that. 

“This is a great start to 2024. We will continue to roll out our games portfolio and aggregation services to fill both the content gap while also adding rich bonus and gamification features that will be completely new to the US market. 

“This will significantly boost our customers’ portfolios with proven, localised revenue-generating titles and present US players with the ultimate user experience that they can only receive via EveryMatrix.” 

EveryMatrix delivers iGaming software, solutions, content and services for casino, sports betting, payments, and affiliate management to global Tier 1 operators as well as to newer brands.

The company is a member of the World Lottery Association (WLA) and the European Lotteries Association. In September 2023 it became the first iGaming supplier to receive WLA Safer Gambling Certification. 

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