EveryMatrix further expands US footprint with new West Virginia license

EveryMatrix further expands US footprint with new West Virginia license
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iGaming platform providerEveryMatrix announced Tuesday that the company has officially secured licensing in West Virginia. It is one of many permits the business has applied for as of late in states that have legalized markets, with results now paying off.

Upon a successful review of license applications by the West Virginia Lottery Commission, EveryMatrix was granted a licenseto supply the state with its gaming products upon approved certification.

The company is currently preparing to go live by putting up hosting facilities and getting its products certified. It will distribute gaming content from Armadillo Studios and Spearhead Studios through an integration carried out by EveryMatrix's Casino Integration Platform, CasinoEngine. 

In an official press release, Erik Nyman, President EveryMatrix Americas, commented on this expansion of the company's footprint across the U.S. and 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 U.S. operators that will be ready soon," he added. "It will take a lot of time and dedication to become a leading supplier of turnkey services for gaming in the U.S., but this is another crucial step in that direction".

Earlier this week, the company also announced a new partnership with IGT, under which the UK-based brand willoffer slots across North America that utilize patented game features within IGT's portfolio and others in IGT's game features patent licensing program, in yet another move that will expand EveryMatrix's footprint across the region.