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Gaming platform group EveryMatrix is headed to Spain after the country's gaming regulator Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) granted them a license.
The license will allow EveryMatrix to provide their CasinoEngine platform to casino operators, supplying them with games, backend tools, and marketing products to help promote games. EveryMatrix's platform has grown in popularity over the years, with the group now hosting games from dozens of suppliers in regulated markets. The company appears to be going full bore on their platform, as they've recently yanked four of their white label casinos from Denmark and the UK.
Commenting on the licensing EveryMatrix CCO Stian Hornsletten said, "Helping casino operators to enter new jurisdictions is a key objective of our long-term plans. We are happy to be setting our footprint into new regulated markets and prove that our technology can be effectively adapted to meet specific regulatory requirements.
"Our casino product is ready to be offered to operators in one of the fastest-growing markets in Europe, and this is a fantastic development for CasinoEngine, allowing us to strengthen our presence in Europe and unlock new opportunities for online operators."
As of press time, we don't have any indication as to who EveryMatrix will be working with in the country.