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This week EveryMatrix announced that they've signed ARCADEM to an agreement that will see the latter using the former's RGS Matrix software to develop games.
ARCADEM is a new company, and their first game, 'The Neon Samurai Kawa' was developed using the platform and is due for release in September. Under the terms of the deal, the games developed will be provided to EveryMatrix's partners and be provided through the company's exclusive platform. In addition to slots, the RGS Matrix platform will allow developers to design table games, and the platform is licensed in Colombia, Malta, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, Estonia, and other locations.
Commenting on the deal RGS Matrix Managing Director Mathias Larsson said, "We are delighted to announce that we have signed our first RGS Matrix client. ARCADEM has the experience and knowledge to build fantastic games onto our platform.
"Their games will be fully available to all clients who currently take our games from Spearhead Studios."
ARCADEM Director of Gaming Phillip Douglas added: "We're thrilled to be in partnership with EveryMatrix and using their RGS Matrix platform to bring our quality driven content to a range of new clients.
"I cannot wait to see how much ARCADEM grows alongside RGS Matrix due to this partnership."
We haven't gotten our first look at The Neon Samurai Kawa just yet, but we're anticipating seeing the game on offer soon.