Gaming software developer EveryMatrix has announced that they've been granted a gaming license in the state of Connecticut, allowing the company to provide games to licensed casinos and sportsbooks in the state.
The licensing marks the latest market for EveryMatrix, which is already live in Michigan, West Virginia, and New Jersey, and is currently awaiting certification in Pennsylvania. Connecticut is one of the smaller states in terms of iGaming, but it should still prove to be a lucrative market for the company.
Moving ahead, EveryMatrix will be providing operators with games through its Casino Engine platform, although we don't have a list of who the company will be working with.
"EveryMatrix has focused on U.S. states that have regulated both iGaming and sportsbook as we are leading supplier in both verticals," said EveryMatrix President of Americas Erik Nyman. "With our licence approval in Connecticut, we are one step closer to securing access to all the significant regulated states in the U.S. and we are thrilled to go live shortly."
"This is another significant milestone for the business and widens our reach to distribute our world-class content, platform and services to licensed operators in the U.S. market."