EveryMatrix has welcomed content from Gaming Innovation Group, as the company announced a strengthening of its CasinoEngine platform.
The Malta headquartered organisation has seen its full portfolio of GiG Games recently go live through EveryMatrix, which it praises as “one of the largest casino content aggregators in the world”.
Stian Hornsletten, EveryMatrix co-founder and CasinoEngine CEO, explained: “We are very happy to provision GiG Games via our CasinoEngine solution, and always bring additional choices of casino content to our operators.
“As a result of our dedication to quickly launch new content providers, CasinoEngine is able to swiftly facilitate clients’ access to fresh and interesting games.
“To further support our operators growth, and as we recently did for the UK, we are constantly looking to add additional regulated markets on top of the ever growing casino offering.”
This deal also marks a further expansion for GiG Games, who stresses that it’s striving to increase its “presence in the evolving online gaming industry, bringing both operators and players further flexibility and choice of games”.
Mathias Larsson, managing director at GiG Games, added: “GiG Games now has a portfolio of three new games: Book of Souls, Wild Reels and Fruit Slots, with more in the studio in development. We are excited to partner with EveryMatrix to be able to bring our casino games to so many operators across the world.”
Yesterday GiG unveiled plans to list its shares on Nasdaq Stockholm, stressing that its first day of trading is pencilled in to be later this month on Tuesday 26 March, 2019.
It was stated that Nasdaq Stockholm has assessed that GiG fulfils the listing requirements, subject to customary conditions and formal approval from the stock exchange, with no new shares set to be issued in connection with the listing.
GiG is currently listed on Oslo Børs, and following completion of the listing on Nasdaq Stockholm, the GiG share will be dual-listed and traded on both exchanges for the foreseeable future, until further notice.