EveryMatrix receives license approval in Connecticut

March 23, 2023
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Erik Nyman of EveryMatrix says company is ‘one step closer' to operation in ‘all significant regulated states.'

EveryMatrix, B2B iGaming provider, has been granted a licence to operate in Connecticut. The Constitution State’s regulated sports betting market went live in October 2021.

Tribal gaming compacts have allowed three statewide mobile sportsbooks and the provision of iGaming sites by the Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot Tribes, who run Connecticut’s access to FanDuel and DraftKings, respectively.

Connecticut will provide EveryMatrix with further US growth opportunities to supply licensed brands with content and platform services. The supplier is currently already live in New Jersey, West Virginia, Michigan and Ontario, Canada; it is also completing the regulatory process to enter the Pennsylvania market.

EveryMatrix has already secured relationships with operators in the US for in-house games through CasinoEngine, its proprietary iGaming integration platform.

The company signed a US deal with BetMGM in June 2022, went live with BetMGM in October 2022 in New Jersey and began supplying BetParx with its Casino Engine platform earlier this month. EveryMatrix opened its first US office in Miami, Florida in August 2020.

Erik Nyman, EveryMatrix President (Americas), said, “EveryMatrix has focused on US states that have regulated both iGaming and sportsbook as we are leading supplier in both verticals.

"With our license approval in Connecticut, we are one step closer to securing access to all the significant regulated states in the US and we are thrilled to go live shortly.

“This is another significant milestone for the business and widens our reach to distribute our world-class content, platform and services to licensed operators in the US market.”


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