EveryMatrix to enter Pennsylvania online casino market

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EveryMatrix is preparing to enter a new online casino market.

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has granted the gaming software and solutions provider “interim authorization” to offer its services to licensed operators in the Keystone State. The PGCB’s authorization provides EveryMatrix with access to every regulated U.S. iGaming market, which also includes Michigan, New Jersey, West Virginia and Connecticut.

EveryMatrix will be working with betPARX in Pennsylvania through its partnership with the operator. DraftKings, Rush Street Interactive, and BetMGM will also collaborate with EveryMatrix in the state.

“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,” said EveryMatrix Americas President Erik Nyman. “This is a great start to 2024. We will continue to roll out our games portfolio and aggregation services to fill both the content gap while also adding rich bonus and gamification features that will be completely new to the US market.”

EveryMatrix is expanding its footprint in the U.S. as a supplier for over 300 licensed clients across North America. The company has solidified a presence in Ontario, which legalized online sports betting and casino wagering in 2022 for its population of 15.3 million.  

Busy start to the year for EveryMatrix

Earlier this month, EveryMatrix announced that co-founder Stian Hornsletten will take over as CEO of the company’s games division. Hornsletten, the former CCO, will lead EveryMatrix in landing third-party content partnerships while maintaining his position on the company’s board.

EveryMatrix has a workforce of more than 850 employees who are based in 12 countries.