EveryMatrix enhances offering with Yggdrasil partnership

As part of a new partnership, games from developer Yggdrasil are to be available to the operator network of software supplier EveryMatrix, including in the regulated markets of Denmark and the UK.

The newly formed deal means that EveryMatrix’s flagship CasinoEngine will enrich its portfolio with Yggdrasil’s entire catalogue of casino slots and table games. This will include latest slot release Hanzo’s Dojo, classic titles such as Winterberries and the popular Vikings trilogy.

EveryMatrix offers a range of solutions to some of the industry’s largest operators including its state-of-the-art CasinoEngine igaming integration platform, content aggregation, sportsbook, affiliate and payment technologies.

The platform provider will also have access to Yggdrasil’s first table game, the multiplayer Sonya Blackjack, which was launched in June. Sonya Blackjack uses motion-capture technology and features intuitive mobile gameplay and a 3D dealer to create an immersive playing environment.

Stian Hornsletten, co-founder and CasinoEngine CEO at EveryMatrix, commented: “Yggdrasil continues to lead the way in developing and delivering revolutionary games and we’re thrilled to be able to offer their unique content to our wide network of partners.”

Fredrik Elmqvist, CEO of Yggdrasil, added: “We’re delighted to agree terms with EveryMatrix enabling us to offer our highly engaging casino slots and table games to even more operators. #

“EveryMatrix has a long history in the industry and our partnership will be hugely beneficial for both companies.”

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