EveryMatrix Partners With Armadillo Studios in Miami

Betting software group EveryMatrix has announced that they've partnered with Armadillo Studios in the United States, which will give the company a footprint in the United States.

Armadillo is based out of Miami, Florida and will let EveryMatrix work to get their products into the American market. The deal is facilitated by an investment in Armadillo by EveryMatrix. The terms of the investment weren't made public, but it does note that the company will be designing games tailored for the American gamer.

"I have seen the need for American-focused games for years, and I am happy that EveryMatrix responds to the market's call," said EveryMatrix President of Americas Erik Nyman. "I am very excited that David Stoveld, who I worked with in the past will be the creative lead and Razvan managing these efforts. It is a great pleasure having them here in our U.S. Headquarters close to our customers."

Armadillo Studios CEO Razvan Haiduc added: "The U.S. market holds a lot of promises, and I am sure that investing in this direction is the right move for us. Armadillo's games will bring loads of excitement and entertainment to casino aficionados across states. Dave and I will be building the American Dream together along with Erik and the rest of the team at our U.S. headquarters in Miami later this summer."

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7 June 2021 - 10:18pm
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With EveryMatrix offering their product in the US, I think it makes a lot of sense to have a studio that works on American based/ inspired games. I'm no expert but surely these games will reflect land based themes too.

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8 June 2021 - 11:40am
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I agree I think it's a good partnership and should make for some good games wonder if if the games will be similar to the land based offerings

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I don't know what is so different in the gaming tastes of Americans versus Europeans? I mean are we getting a Honey Boo Boo or Kid Rick slot machine?

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barbadosslim93 wrote:

I don't know what is so different in the gaming tastes of Americans versus Europeans? I mean are we getting a Honey Boo Boo or Kid Rick slot machine?

Haha that's funny! 😂 I think that the games could be more inspired by land based mechanics but that's only my guess.

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