To receive the application status from the DGE, EveryMatrix had to provide the regulator with application information and key officials in line with New Jersey law and igaming standards.
However, to continue operating in the US the company will need to gain further customer integration approval as part of the transactional waiver process.
Erik Nyman, president Americas at EveryMatrix (pictured), says: “I am very pleased that DGE has accepted as complete the application filings of the EveryMatrix Group of companies. Certainly, this is an important milestone for us and puts us on the verge of making our world-class platform and services available to licensed operators in the US market.
“Since New Jersey regulated online gaming in 2014, their framework has played an important role for other states in their process to regulate and implement online gaming. We are very excited to soon be live in New Jersey while we are engaging in several license processes across the US”
EveryMatrix's US expansion started in 2020 when it opened its Americas branch; since then the company has been able to open its first US based office in Miami, Florida.
The business says it is on the “fast track” in securing the full operating license required to go live in New Jersey. It also said it will be pursuing licenses in other areas around the US.