EveryMatrix Strikes Strategic Deal with Elbet to Extend CasinoEngine’s Coverage

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June 30th, 2020
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One of the busiest B2B technology providers EveryMatrix announces another commercial agreement, thanks to which, CasinoEngine network will grow additionally. The newest associate is Elbet, a virtual sports specialist whose portfolio encompasses a diversity of products such as virtual sports, bingo and table games.

With more than 11,500 releases from 175+ content producers, CasinoEngine has earned the proud title of the go-to content library in iGaming. Looking to enter promising and newly regulated territories, EM continuously bolsters its collection with fresh content to ensure supreme user experience.

Amund Stensland, COO of CasinoEngine at EveryMatrix, says:

“We are delighted to deliver Elbet’s portfolio of virtual games to our customers. Elbet offers a comprehensive offering, including dog and horse racing, virtual football, different kinds of virtual table games and virtual lotteries, which I am sure will be highly appreciated by operators looking to diversify their current casino offering.”

A Brand with Enormous Potential

Established in Serbia in 2002, omnichannel gaming supplier Elbet has a long track record in delivering high-end virtual games. The company’s extensive selection includes virtual football leagues, virtual dog racing, and virtual horse racing.

Shivan Patel, Head of Global Sales at Elbet commented on the deal:

“There is no doubt that EveryMatrix has an incredibly successful platform and a large distribution channel. We are excited to partner with leading operators whilst increasing our online presence via EveryMatrix. We are jointly looking forward to a growing, successful partnership.”

Aside from a variety of virtuals…

…the company also bolsters a noteworthy catalog of table games and bingo. Thanks to high-quality, detailed graphics and wide-ranging bonusing features, players are guaranteed supreme and unparalleled experience.

At the time being, the developer is greenlighted to distribute content in over 20 markets. It is employed by 100 operators on three continents, including 4 state lotteries.

Unleashing Bold Ideas

With such a comprehensively equipped platform, EM delivers a modular and API driven product suite for multiple sectors, such as casino, sports betting, payments, and affiliate/agent management.

One of the greatest virtues of their B2B iGaming solutions…

…is flexibility, which means that the products can work either together as an entire platform or independently. This ease of integration makes the platform optimized for various business associates.

A while ago, the company signed a partnership with Competition Labs, giving players a chance to explore a massive selection of contests, leaderboards, and mission-based achievements.

Another commercial agreement…

… was inked with Highlight Games, making their SOCCERBET products available to a wide range of clients. During the first phase, English, Italian and Greek variants will be included, with Turkish to be added later.

Important Appointments

A while ago, EM named Stian Enger Pettersen as the new CEO of its casino unit. Previously engaged in product development of CasinoEngine and BonusEngine solutions, Pettersen acquired advanced technical expertise and a deep business understanding of how casinos should operate in today’s competitive environment.

In May 2020…

…Samoil Dolejan was named the new CEO of MoneyMatrix, which currently handles over €100 million in monthly transactions. Stian Hornsletten became Group Chief Commercial Officer in December 2019, aiming to bring new large operators on board and supervise several teams.

Source:

“EveryMatrix launches Elbet’s games portfolio on CasinoEngine”, everymatrix.com, June 30, 2020.

“EveryMatrix announces another commercial agreement”

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