EveryMatrix partners with Supremeland Gaming on DraftKings platform

May 8, 2024
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Gaming content is now live via the operator in New Jersey.

EveryMatrix has agreed a deal with Supremeland Gaming, which will see gaming content made available on DraftKings in the Garden State. 

Through this deal, Supremeland Gaming will develop exclusive content on EveryMatrix technology. EveryMatrix will also distribute its games and provide additional gamification features for the US market through its SlotMatrix aggregation platform. 

Supremeland’s Gaming’s content is now accessible on DraftKings in the state of New Jersey, via SlotMatrix, with more states to follow. 

This is not the first time EveryMatrix has gone live with the operator, with its content going live in New Jersey via DraftKings in June last year. 

For Supremeland Gaming, it only entered the US market back in February, marking its debut in Pennsylvania, followed shortly by entries into New Jersey and then most recently West Virginia

EveryMatrix Americas President Erik Nyman said: “At the core of the EveryMatrix product strategy has been to deliver its world-leading casino productivity and aggregation platform to the US market. 

“Today, we have enabled our first partner Supremeland Gaming to go live and our customers can facilitate bonus capabilities for third-party games which has been never seen in this market until now. Powderkeg develops high-quality games and we are confident players will enjoy them.” 

Supremeland Gaming CEO Rickard Öhrn added: “This major milestone represents the first step on an exciting journey we are undertaking to deliver mischievous, innovative and really fun-to-play online games to a broader audience through our partnership with EveryMatrix.” 


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