EveryMatrix Files for New Jersey License

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Casino technology group EveryMatrix has filed a license application in the state of New Jersey with the hopes of bringing their CasinoEngine aggregation platform to the United States.

The license application was filed with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement and if granted would allow EveryMatrix to provide their software to licensed casino operators within the Garden State. As of press time we don't know exactly what casinos the company is planning on working with, but we do know that this is likely a stepping stone into entering more regulated states.

Commenting on the filing EveryMatrix Americas president Erik Nyman said, "We are very pleased to inform that we have filed our license application in our first US state. The Garden State has enjoyed great success with exceptional development over the last years. This is a testament of the solid regulatory framework based on player protection, business stability and growth.

"EveryMatrix will enter the market in an expansive phase where our products will support the continued growth of operators in New Jersey and more states as we launch in the upcoming years."

There's no timetable for the licensing, but we'll be following the story and updating readers as we learn more.

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