EveryMatrix gains supplier license in West Virginia

May 10, 2022

The move is another step toward company expansion in the US.

EveryMatrix has acquired a supplier license in the state of West Virginia following a successful application process. The West Virginia Lottery Commission granted the provider a license upon approved certification.

The company is in the process of preparing to go live statewide after its products are certified and its hosting facilities are finished.

Once everything is in place, EveryMatrix will distribute its gaming content from Armadillo Studios and Spearhead Studios through an integration with CasinoEngine, which is the company's casino integration platform.

EveryMatrix Americas President Erik Nyman said: "EveryMatrix has filed several licenses in states that have regulated casino and sports, and we are pleased to see these efforts are paying off. Alongside licensing, we also have multiple deals with large US operators that will be ready soon.”

US expansion has been an ongoing company focus. EveryMatrix recently signed several partnership deals, including a recent games contract with Golden Nugget Online Gaming.

Nyman also noted that gaining a supplier license in West Virginia is one more step toward a larger goal. He commented: “It will take a lot of time and dedication to become a leading supplier of turnkey services for gaming in the US, but this is another crucial step in that direction.”

EveryMatrix is a global iGaming platform provider. The company is a member of iDEA Growth in the US, a member of the World Lottery Association and a member of the European Lotteries Association.

EveryMatrix has fulfilled licensing requirements in New Jersey and has submitted a license application in Michigan. The company plans to file additional applications in other US states as well as in Canada.


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