EveryMatrix teams up with Internet Vikings in US

October 27, 2022
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The two companies will partner for the EveryMatrix launch in West Virginia.

EveryMatrix is a B2B technology provider that delivers iGaming software, solutions, content and services. The company has offices located in ten countries including Malta, US, Romania and China.

It has now announced a partnership with Internet Vikings, the iGaming and online sports betting hosting provider for EveryMatrix's launch in West Virginia. 

Internet Vikings will serve as the partner for operational hosting services in West Virginia for EveryMatrix, the partnership between the two in the state will begin in the summer of 2023.

Internet Vikings Founder and CEO Rickard Vikström commented: "This partnership will benefit us both in multiple ways. It does not just support our client in establishing a reliable foundation in the US.

"It also allows Internet Vikings to strengthen our positions in conjunction with a prominent iGaming service company such as EveryMatrix."

EveryMatrix is an active member of iDEA Growth, a non-profit association that seeks to grow jobs and expand online interactive entertainment business in the US through advocacy and education. 

Internet Vikings began its operations in West Virginia back in 2021, so the supplier has a significant client base in the state. 

Vikström added: "One must have a solid strategy and establish valuable connections in order to thrive in the US.

"I believe that our collaboration with EveryMatrix will accelerate this and lay the foundation for working together in other locations in the future."

EveryMatrix serves over 150 clients worldwide, and the opening in West Virginia is part of a strategic plan to expand in the US. 

Internet Vikings is based in Stockholm and have over fifty employees across five countries. 


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