Betting technology group EveryMatrix has announced that they've been granted the tender to provide Szerencsejáték Privately Held Company Limited, the operator of the Hungary lottery, with a full digital sportsbetting platform for the TippmixPro brand.
The awarding of the contract comes after a fifteen-month-long process that saw EveryMatrix competing with twenty-five other companies. The company and its OddsMatrix sportsbetting platform were analysed and determined to be the best option for the company moving forward. There'll be a full solution that provides data feeds and the ability for customers to bet on a variety of sports from throughout the world.
"Since 2016 we have made significant inroads in the lottery sector and now work with some of the biggest organisations in the world, powering and servicing their digital offerings to millions of their customers," said EveryMatrix Chief Commerical Officer Stian Hornsletten. "Winning SZRT ahead of many of our competitors yet again underlines the quality of our technology solutions, services, and expertise across multiple elements, from sportsbook and player account management to bonusing, payments and affiliate management."
"Operations are weighted highly within large-scale agreements such as this and I'm particularly pleased that our operational quality and experience shone through. We are delighted to be working in partnership with SZRT and look forward to supporting them in their digital journey this year and beyond."
Szerencsejáték Privately Held Company Limited Sports Betting Director Zoltán Horváth added: "We are very pleased to have agreed terms with EveryMatrix following a thorough and highly competitive tender process and we're confident we have selected an ideal partner.
"We have ambitious plans to extend and enhance our sports betting offering at a time of market regulation to create the ultimate entertainment experience for Hungarian players, and we firmly believe we will achieve this through this partnership."
No timeframe for the launch of the product was given at press time.