EveryMatrix, a prominent technology and content provider, has secured approval to operate in Pennsylvania, marking its entry into the sixth regulated iGaming market in North America.
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has granted EveryMatrix 'interim authorization,' allowing the company to offer its comprehensive suite of software and services to licensed operators in the state.
With this latest approval, EveryMatrix strengthens its foothold in the North American iGaming landscape, adding to its existing presence in regulated markets such as New Jersey, Michigan, West Virginia, Ontario in Canada, and Connecticut.
Boasting a diverse portfolio of over 300 global customers, EveryMatrix holds regulatory approvals across all regulated iGaming states. The company is recognized as the industry's largest iGaming content aggregator, with a track record of successful partnerships with tier-1 US brands.
EveryMatrix is set to commence the rollout of its aggregation services in Pennsylvania through its partnership with betParx, while also expanding its collaboration with existing live customers like BetMGM, Rushstreet Interactive, and DraftKings.
Erik Nyman, President of EveryMatrix Americas, expressed enthusiasm about the company's latest achievement, stating, "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 achieved just that."
Nyman further added, "This marks a significant milestone for us in 2024. We are committed to enhancing our games portfolio and aggregation services, addressing content gaps, and introducing innovative bonus and gamification features tailored for the US market.
Our aim is to elevate the gaming experience for US players and empower our customers with a diverse range of revenue-generating titles."
EveryMatrix's entry into the Pennsylvania iGaming market signifies its dedication to expanding its presence and delivering cutting-edge solutions tailored to meet the evolving needs of operators and players alike.