Newgioco’s Virtual Generation Signs Distribution Agreement with EveryMatrix

Newgioco Group, Inc. (“Newgioco” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: NWGI), a global sports betting and interactive gaming technology company providing fully integrated, omni-channel sports betting software solutions, is pleased to announce the signing of a content distribution agreement between Virtual Generation Limited (“VG”), a subsidiary of the Company, and EveryMatrix N.V., a leading global content integration provider.

Under the agreement, VG will provide its portfolio of virtual sports content through our Odissea sub processors to distribute through EveryMatrix’s large network of operators on their CasinoEngineTM platform. Cooperation under the agreement is anticipated to expand the scope and reach of VG products to approximately 120 countries serviced by EveryMatrix.

Newgioco and VG now join the growing list of premium virtual content names such as Global Bet, Betradar, Kiron, NSoft, Golden Race and Leap Gaming to EveryMatrix’s virtual sports portfolio to sportsbook and online casino operators distributed around the world through a single integration with their CasinoEngine platform.

“We are extremely pleased to work with founder and CEO Mr. Ebbe Groes and the highly reputable team at EveryMatrix and look forward to continuing to grow and foster our product distribution agreements with this award winning enterprise,” stated Michele Ciavarella, CEO of Newgioco Group, Inc. “We believe that our VG product line and unique random number generator engine may enhance the EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine portfolio of virtual sports products and, could also create recognition for Newgioco’s powerful and innovative Elys betting platform on a global scale.”


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