EveryMatrix has outlined its US ambitions, which sees the group strive to support the continued growth of operators in New Jersey after applying for a gaming licence in the Garden State.
The B2B technology provides as is seeking approval from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to supply operators with its igaming integration platform and gaming aggregator CasinoEngine.
Aiming to seize the opportunity and work closely with established clients looking to expand into new regulated jurisdictions, EveryMatrix has filed the application for a license to be able to deliver casino clients its aggregator solution and game content in the state.
Erik Nyman, president of EveryMatrix Americas, explained: “We are very pleased to inform that we have filed our license 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.
“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.”
Buoyed by continued growth, New Jersey online casinos, poker rooms and sportsbooks earned yet more firsts during October, continuing momentum built-up during previous months which saw analysts declare that the region was demonstrating “shocking strength”.
As online and retail sportsbooks surpassed $800m for the first time, igaming entities and poker offerings soared beyond the $90m barrier to generate a record $93.5m in revenue, up 106.7 per cent from $45.2m a year earlier. This yielded $14m in state taxes.