EveryMatrix gains authorization to begin Pennsylvania operations

February 1, 2024
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The Keystone State is the fifth US state that EveryMatrix will be authorized in.

EveryMatrix has gained interim authorization to begin operations in Pennsylvania. The iGaming software and solutions company was handed authorization from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) and will allow the company to offer its products to operators in the Keystone State. 

The launch marks the fifth state in which EveryMatrix has gone live, with other states including Michigan, New Jersey, Connecticut and West Virginia. EveryMatrix is also live in Ontario, bringing the total number of North American territories EveryMatrix operates in to six. 

Ontario, notably, has been a popular destination for offshore iGaming companies entering the North American market. We explored this in our recent issue of Gaming America with Canadian Gaming Association (CGA) President & CEO Paul Burns and SVP, Canada of The Innovation Group Kevin Dennis.  

Currently, EveryMatrix supplies to more than 300 customers globally, with partnerships including DraftKings in New Jersey in June, WynnBet in July and Caesars Digital in November 2023. The company operates with staff in 13 countries, with a notable presence in North America and Europe.  

EveryMatrix also recently welcomed a new Group CCO, bringing Bobby Longhurst into the fold in late January.  

On the Keystone State launch, EveryMatrix Americas President Erik Nyman said, “EveryMatrix’s goal has been to obtain direct partnerships with leading operators and to ensure full market access. With regulatory approval in Pennsylvania we have obtained just that.  

“This will significantly boost our customers’ portfolios with proven, localised revenue-generating titles and present US players with the ultimate user experience that they can only receive via EveryMatrix.” 


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