New Jersey

EveryMatrix files application for New Jersey gaming licence

EveryMatrix has applied for a licence with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) to supply casino operators in the Garden State through its iGaming integration platform and gaming aggregator, CasinoEngine.

The technology provider has filed an application to service the state where gross gaming revenue (GGR) for online casino is approaching $1 billion for 2020, including a record of almost $91 million in October. The flagship CasinoEngine product houses +11,500 casino games across more than 175 content providers.

Erik Nyman, President EveryMatrix Americas LLC, said: “We are very pleased to inform that we have filed our licence application in our first US State. The Garden State has enjoyed great success with exceptional development over the last years. This is a testament of the solid regulatory framework based on player protection, business stability and growth.”

He added: “EveryMatrix will enter the market in an expansive phase where our products will support the continued growth of operators in New Jersey and more states as we launch in the upcoming years.”

As an early adopter of online casino regulation, New Jersey has a long tradition of gaming operations and has developed an extensive online gaming business since the regulation came into force in 2014.

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