EveryMatrix’s North American expansion plans have taken another stride forward after the igaming platform provider received license approval from the Michigan Gaming Control Board.
The Malta-headquartered international supplier is now able to distribute igaming content to licensed operators in Michigan via CasinoEngine, its casino integration and productivity platform.
The Great Lakes State is the third US jurisdiction to grant EveryMatrix an igaming supplier license, after New Jersey and West Virginia, while it also has plans for the market north of the border after securing its Ontario license in August.
Erik Nyman, President of EveryMatrix Americas, said: “The state of Michigan has established a solid framework for online gaming and delivered strong results since market opening.
“We are very pleased that EveryMatrix has been granted the license approval for igaming and expect to go live shortly with our customers.”
CasinoEngine is home to one of the largest content libraries in the global industry, boasting more than 12,500 titles from 250 games developers, including EveryMatrix’s own Armadillo Studios and Spearhead Studios brands.
Games from those two studios, including ‘John Daly Spin It and Win It’, ‘The Lioness’ featuring UFC Champion Amanda Nunes, ‘Mythological Mayhem Supreme Streaks’, and ‘Armadillo Goes West’, went live with BetMGM in New Jersey in October.
“Going live in the US is one of the largest undertakings an online gaming supplier can accomplish, and I am particularly proud we achieved this milestone with BetMGM, one of the most progressive operators in the industry,” said Nyman at the time of the launch.
“We are excited to advance on our roadmap initiatives with BetMGM and deliver across North America as we are licensed in multiple states.”
EveryMatrix also has casino content distribution agreements in place with international operators 888 and Kindred Group for the US market, as well as with Resorts Digital Gaming for New Jersey.