EveryMatrix has heaped praise on “an important milestone” after pulling back the curtain on the latest SlotMatrix RGS partnership with Swedish-American tech firm Supremeland Gaming.
This will see the latter become one of SlotMatrix’s exclusive partners as the group aims to “impact the landscape” of the US market through its range of online casino content.
“At Supremeland, we are excited to be working together with EveryMatrix to offer revolutionising games to the rapidly growing igaming market,” commented Rickard Öhrn, CEO of Supremeland Gaming.
“We believe that, by combining Supremeland Gaming’s highly creative and innovative game development with EveryMatrix market-leading technology, extensive network, and deep industry experience, we’ll create a gaming portfolio that perfectly suits the US landscape.”
This becomes the second alliance of the week for EveryMatrix after teaming-up with Intralot to debut a new online solution to the Moroccan state lottery, La Marocaine des Jeux & des Sports en Ligne.
Razvan Haiduc, CEO of EveryMatrix Games, said of the group’s latest agreement: “Adding Supremeland among our exclusive partners is an important milestone we managed to achieve.
“Their presence and expertise in the US market makes the company an excellent partner in our quest to grow our footprint in the North American igaming landscape.”
Earlier this month, EveryMatrix revealed that gross profit through casino, sports and platform increased 17 per cent during the second quarter of the year to €14.9m (2021: €12.7m) with a four year CAGR of 35 per cent.
However, despite negative German impacts across igaming, gross profit recorded an 11 per cent year-on-year uptick that the group puts down to “product diversification and broad client base”.
EBITDA remained consistent at €5.2m as EveryMatrix continued to reinvest positive cash flow into future growth, with key Q2 investments coming via US expansion, purchase of Leapbit and recruitment drive in the Balkans.