EveryMatrix strengthens games offering with series of deals
EveryMatrix has enhanced its live casino offering by securing deals with Asia-facing live dealer companies Oriental Game and Asia Gaming, while the firm has also entered into a content partnership with Pariplay.
The company will gain access to the various live dealer games and products on offer from both Oriental Game and Asia Gaming.
Oriental Game’s portfolio includes live baccarat, roulette and fan-tan, while Asia Gaming develops software for various casino and table games such as ‘Dragon Tiger’ and Ultimate Texas Hold’em’.
Both companies hold gaming licences from the First Cagayan Leisure and Resorts Corporation, the main online gambling authority in the Philippines.
Ebbe Groes, chief executive of EveryMatrix, said: “We are happy to include Oriental Game and Asia Gaming in our live casino offering and increase our opportunity to better assist gaming operators that target the Asian region with live table games.
“We will continue to integrate live casino products that raise the bar for our clients by closing the existing gap between land-based casinos and the online environment.”
Meanwhile, Pariplay has agreed to provide its games portfolio to EveryMatrix.
EveryMatrix have access to Pariplay’s entire portfolio of real-money online slots, instant win, scratch cards and bingo games.
Pariplay’s games will be integrated into the EveryMatrix CasinoEngine content aggregator and feature alongside content from software providers such as IGT, NetEnt, BetSoft, Bally and Microgaming.
“As we continue to increase our offering with quality games, we become more confident in launching amazing gaming sites and we are sure Pariplay will soon become one of our most popular casino vendors,” Groes said.
Gili Lisani, founder and chief executive of Pariplay, added: “Our games’ integration with EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine will continue to raise Pariplay’s profile as a leading developer of state-of-the-art games for the global iGaming industry.”
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