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EveryMatrix continues US push with Michigan approval

| By iGB Editorial Team
Decision means the igaming supplier can distribute content in the state via CasinoEngine, its casino integration and productivity platform.
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CasinoEngine offers access to more than 12,500 games across more than 250 casino vendors and sub-vendors.

Aside from Michigan, EveryMatrix has successfully obtained licences in West Virginia and New Jersey, with the igaming platform stating that more jurisdictions are in the pipeline.

In October, the business announced its first US launch, through BetMGM.

EveryMatrix filed for a licence in Michigan earlier this year and last month, while announcing a 33% increase in gross profit to €16.8m for the third quarter of the year, the company said that it would continue to invest in growing across the US.

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 licence approval for igaming and expect to go live shortly with our customers.”

Online gaming revenue in Michigan reached a record $141.0m in October, while the state also reported a 34.7% year-on-year increase in total internet gambling revenue.

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