EveryMatrix Approved for Michigan Online Gaming Market 

By Oliver
Published December 14, 2022

Leading iGaming platform provider EveryMatrix has been granted conditional approval to operate in the state of Michigan. 

The company, which is headquartered on the Mediterranean island of Malta, supplies online gambing platforms, products, and software. Its flagship CasinoEngine platform carries over 12,500 casino games from over 250 vendors and sub-vendors. The module-based product can also be integrated with various third-party platforms.

Two game studios, Armadillo Studios and Spearhead Studios, are also part of the EveryMatrix group, and are currently focusing on games localized specifically for US markets. 

Indeed, EveryMatrix is investing heavily in its US operations, having previously obtained licenses in both New Jersey and West Virginia. In New Jersey, the supplier went live with BetMGM in late October. 

Commenting on the news, President of EveryMatrix Americas, Erik Nyman, said: “The state of Michigan has established a solid framework for online gaming and delivered strong results since market opening. We are very pleased that EveryMatrix has been granted license approval for iGaming and expect to go live shortly with our customers.”

In the last year, EveryMatrix achieved a record turnover of $992M.