EveryMatrix has reached another important milestone in its expansion across regulated markets with the recent successful completion of the technical assessment of its flagship CasinoEngine product in Spain.
After successfully passing the vetting process, CasinoEngine is now fully certified in Spain and is deemed fully compliant with the technical, security, and vulnerability standards set by Spanish gambling regulator Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ).
CasinoEngine’s Spanish certification means that EveryMatrix’s content aggregator can now provide integration platform services and a large library of content by locally certified providers to operators looking to enter and cement themselves in one of Europe’s largest and fastest growing regulated iGaming markets.
Aside from the newly obtained Spain regulatory approval, CasinoEngine is also certified in Sweden, Norway, Armenia, Georgia, Lithuania, and the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. In addition, EveryMatrix holds licenses to provide B2B services as a supplier of solutions for the online gambling industry in Malta, the United Kingdom, Romania, Curacao, and Denmark.
CasinoEngine provides EveryMatrix’s clients with access to more than 8,000 casino games by over 140 vendors and sub-vendors. The content aggregator offers quick access to its entire gaming portfolio via a single and simple integration. It also provides a fully-managed casino platform solution that is tailored to individual operators’ needs.
A Fantastic Development
Commenting on their latest successful expansion push, EveryMatrix Chief Commercial Officer Stian Hornsletten said that they are happy to be setting foot in new regulated markets and “prove that our technology can be effectively adapted to meet specific regulatory requirements.”
Mr. Hornsletten added that CasinoEngine is now ready to be offered in one of Europe’s fastest growing European markets and that this is “a fantastic development” for EveryMatrix’s content aggregator that would allow them to strengthen their presence in Europe and “unlock new opportunities for online operators.”
News about CasinoEngine’s Spanish entry emerge just a week after EveryMatrix announced that it is shutting its B2C business in Denmark.
In a statement on its official website, the company said that its decision to withdraw from Denmark’s white label casino and betting space and to close its Danish brands was prompted by a shift in its overall direction towards specializing in the provision of B2B services and software solutions for the gambling industry.
However, there have been indications that the company’s exit from Denmark’s B2C casino market might have been the result from regulatory troubles.
Aside from the certification of CasinoEngine in Spain, EveryMatrix was recently able to grow its presence in that country with the establishment of game developer Spearhead Studios. The new casino games creator is based in Marbella, Spain and its launch marked EveryMatrix’s entry into the game development vertical.
Source: EveryMatrix expands into the Spanish market with CasinoEngine
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