Supremeland extends its US reach via New Jersey license approval

March 5, 2024
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The company has partnered with EveryMatrix to bring its games to the Garden State.

Supremeland Gaming has received a second US gaming approval, this time in the state of New Jersey. The state’s regulator issued the approval within weeks of the company’s US debut in Pennsylvania.

The iGaming company’s approval in New Jersey will pave the way for Supremeland and its partner EveryMatrix to release its suite of titles to Garden State players.

Because online gambling continues to expand in New Jersey, Supremeland Gaming said gaining approval to launch in the state came at “the ideal time.”

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement recently released data showing that the state set new iGaming records during the month of January.

Company CEO Rickard Öhrn described its entry into the Garden State as a significant milestone that will aid Supremeland Gaming in achieving its strategic US expansion plan. 

He said, “We are thrilled to expand our presence in the US. This landmark approval in New Jersey allows us to cast our net wider, bringing our revolutionary gameplay to one of the pioneering states that started online gambling in America.”

Supremeland first launched its game portfolio last year. Since its November debut, the company has grown worldwide.

Along with New Jersey, EveryMatrix games are available to players in the state of Michigan.

EveryMatrix Americas President Erik Nyman commented, “EveryMatrix has established a solid framework to develop third-party games on our platform that we distribute to our customers.

“We have selected a number of high-quality games studios to partner this way and very much appreciate the high-quality games Supremeland has developed on our platform. We are confident they will be appreciated by US players who will now also enjoy bonus capabilities across these games that haven’t been seen in the market until now.”


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