Legal & compliance

EveryMatrix awaits integration approval to go live in New Jersey

| By Robert Fletcher
Online gambling solutions provider EveryMatrix has secured ‘Completed Application’ status from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), meaning the business will now require approval for its integration process in order to go live in the state.
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‘Completed Application’ ensures that EveryMatrix has provided all required application information on its business and key officials, in line with New Jersey’s law and igaming regulations. However, under the process to receive a transactional waiver to go live, its integrations with its operator clients still need to be given the green light.

EveryMatrix applied for a licence in the state last November as part of plans to expand its presence in the US market. This strategy saw the provider appoint former NetEnt Americas managing director Erik Nyman to lead its US growth effort, with license applications having also been filed several other states.

“Since New Jersey regulated online gaming in 2014, their framework has played an important role for other states in their process to regulate and implement online gaming,” Nyman said.

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