Evoplay Entertainment showcases leading credentials with EveryMatrix

Supplier signs with one of B2B gambling’s most prominent players

Innovative game development studio Evoplay Entertainment has announced an agreement with one of iGaming’s best-known platform providers, EveryMatrix.

The industry-leading B2B software supplier will integrate the content developer’s award-winning portfolio of 100+ slots, table and instant games, which is set to go live across EveryMatrix’s extensive European client network in early February via a single integration with CasinoEngine, the iGaming Integration Platform.

Providing access to 11,500+ games from 175+ content providers, CasinoEngine is the industry’s largest content library and the go-to source for operators looking to renew their game offerings, get new content or enter new markets.

The new agreement provides CasinoEngine’s operators with access to smash hits such as Temple of Dead, Book of Keno and Treasure Mania, all deploying Evoplay Entertainment’s Spinential game engine, which accelerates download speeds by 10x to radically enhance gameplay quality.

The content studio has cemented its leading position in the instant games space, releasing a raft of premium quality titles that have already proved popular in a wide variety of regulated international markets.

Commenting on the deal, Vladimir Malakchi, CBDO at Evoplay Entertainment, said: “EveryMatrix is an established industry-leader that needs no introduction, so we are thrilled to sign with the company in a deal that’s testament to our forward-thinking approach.Armed with a high-tech product offering of unrivalled quality, we look forward to singing additional tier one agreements in the period to come.”

Amund Stensland, CasinoEngine COO at EveryMatrix, added: “Evoplay Entertainment’s unique game collection has proved hugely popular with a wide variety of demographics, performing particularly strongly with the emerging generation of player. The diversity of its superior product suite is especially appealing and we look forward to working with our new CasinoEngine partner.”  

Evoplay Entertainment has won accolades from throughout the world of iGaming for the highly distinctive approach to game development it has consistently demonstrated since being founded in 2017.

As well as netting a wealth of SBC and EGR shortlists in 2020, the supplier has continued to expand its global footprint with new launches across the UK, Croatia, Malta, Bulgaria and Romania over the Christmas period.

About Evoplay Entertainment 

Evoplay Entertainment is a game provider which was founded to revolutionise the iGaming user experience through innovative gameplay. Shortlisted for a host of EGR and SBC awards, it unveiled the industry’s first 3D/VR slots game at ICE 2018 and now boasts a portfolio that includes over 100 slots, table, and instant games. With a development centre in Kiev, Ukraine and an office in Malta, the company has an established partnership network throughout Asia, the CIS and Europe.

About EveryMatrix

EveryMatrix delivers a modular and API driven product suite for casino, sports betting, payments and affiliate/agent management. The company’s B2B iGaming solutions are designed to help clients unleash bold ideas and deliver outstanding player experiences in regulated markets.

To offer the services required by operators, the EveryMatrix products work together as an entire platform or independently. They can be easily integrated with existing platforms to accommodate different types of clients from bookmakers to lotteries and from existing large operations to newcomers.

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