Betting platform group EveryMatrix is continuing its United States expansion by obtaining an online gaming license in the state of West Virginia.
The B2B license will allow EveryMatrix to provide online casino, sportsbetting, and backend tools to licensed operators in the state. The company has previously set up operations in New Jersey, and it applied for a Michigan online license last year. EveryMatrix has said that it plans to launch content from Armadillo Studios and Spearhead Studios in West Virginia, with additional companies having games distributed down the line.
Commenting on the licensing EveryMatrix Americas president Erik Nyman said, "EveryMatrix has filed for several licences in states that have regulated casino and sports, and we are pleased to see these efforts are paying off. Alongside licensing, we also have multiple deals with large U.S. operators that will be ready soon."
"It will take a lot of time and dedication to become a leading supplier of turnkey services for gaming in the US, but this is another crucial step in that direction."
Earlier this week the company announced that they've come to a patent licensing agreement with IGT that'll allow the company to distribute games using IGT mechanics in the United States.