Three-Way: BetConstruct, EveryMatrix, and Spearhead Partner Up

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Betting technology companies EveryMatrix, BetConstruct, and Spearhead studios have all partnered up, which will see all three groups working together to spread their reach.

The deal will see Spearhead's games going onto the BetConstruct platform, while EveryMatrix will then integrate BetConstruct's virtual sports products into their own CasinoEngine platform. 2020 has been a year of consolidation for the iGaming industry, as many gaming companies are signing agreements to bring platforms new software, who then push the games to partner casinos.

"We are assured that our Virtual Sports with its luxurious and feature-rich gameplay will delight our partner's players, thus contributing profits to their business," said BetConstruct's Anna Poghosyan. "Also, we are pleased to entrust the booming Spearhead Studios to expand our portfolio with its entertaining slot and table games offering. We look forward to our further fruitful partnership for the benefit of our mutual goals and robust growth."

Spearhead's Mathias Larsson added: "We're excited to be partnering with BetConstruct, well-known iGaming company which has managed to extend its reach greatly in the last years. Our games will benefit from BetConstruct's wide distribution channels.

"On the other hand, CasinoEngine will integrate BetConstruct's Virtual Sports portfolio, which I think is a wonderful addition, especially considering the global situation in which we find ourselves in, with live sports under a lot of pressure. This partnership is beneficial for all parties involved, and I'm sure in the future we'll find new ways to be working together on other verticals and products as well."

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