EveryMatrix goes live on DraftKings with Supremeland Gaming

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EveryMatrix has agreed to a deal to provide Supremeland Gaming’s content to DraftKings in New Jersey, its first exclusive content aggregation partnership in the U.S. 

Supremeland will develop exclusive content on EveryMatrix technology through its American-based gaming studio Powderkeg. EveryMatrix will also be able to distribute its games and provide additional gamification features for the U.S. market via its Slotmatrix aggregation platform.

Although currently only available on DraftKings in New Jersey, EveryMatrix confirmed the deal will expand to further states.

“At the core of the EveryMatrix product strategy has been to deliver its world-leading casino productivity and aggregation platform to the U.S. market,” said EveryMatrix Americas President Erik Nyman.

“Today, we have enabled our first partner Supremeland Gaming to go live and our customers can facilitate bonus capabilities for third-party games which have never been seen in this market until now. Powderkeg develops high-quality games and we are confident players will enjoy them.”

Supremeland Gaming entered the U.S. in February, making its debut in Pennsylvania. It has subsequently gained access to New Jersey and West Virginia.

The Swedish-American company agreed to a SlotMatrix Remote Gaming Server partnership with EveryMatrix in September 2022.

“This major milestone represents the first step on an exciting journey we are undertaking to deliver mischievous, innovative, and really fun-to-play online games to a broader audience through our partnership with EveryMatrix,” added Supremeland Gaming CEO Rickard Öhrn.

EveryMatrix reports record year

EveryMatrix reported record results in 2023, posting $122.7 million in net revenue across all products in FY2023, up 75% year-over-year.

The Malta-based company’s results in FY2023 were bolstered by record quarterly net revenue in Q4 which reached $38.6 million, an 87% uptick compared to Q4 2022. It also reported a 155% jump in EBITDA year-over-year to $64.4 million in FY2023.

“2022 was phenomenal but this year’s numbers are mind-blowing,” said Group CEO Ebbe Groes during the time of the report. “Every business unit and every one of our employees has contributed to a stellar set of financials proving we really are among, if not, the industry’s fastest growing iGaming technology supplier.”