EveryMatrix Games Arrive in New Jersey

EveryMatrix, the casino, sports, and turnkey supplier, has announced a new distribution agreement with the New Jersey-based operator Resorts Digital Gaming. The operator will integrate EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine into its platform in order to gain access to a large portfolio of games.

Resorts Digital Gaming is the online division of the Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City and one of New Jersey’s leading operators. Now players at their brands will be able to enjoy premium content from EveryMatrix.

The two companies have agreed to start deploying games in New Jersey, to begin with, but there are plans to extend the agreement across multiple states as the markets open up.

Erik Nyman President Americas at EveryMatrix

We’ve come a long way since we decided to enter the most significant gambling market in the world. I am pleased to announce this distribution deal in the US, which allows us to make our games available with an option to add other titles as they become available through CasinoEngine. Ed Andrewes and his team have done an impressive job being one of the first operators to embrace online gaming in the US, and I trust they will be very satisfied with our games portfolio as it will further enhance their success in the market.

Erik NymanPresident Americas at EveryMatrix

The CEO of Resorts Digital Gaming, Ed Andrewes, said that they are “absolutely delighted” to bring EveryMatrix’s content to the US. He said that the content has already proved itself in many other global markets and that he is confident it will perform well on resortscasino.com and mohegansuncasino.com.

EveryMatrix established a presence in Miami earlier this year, and since then, it has been busy building new business ties within the US and the Latin American markets. So far, they have reached deals with the Mexican land-based Foliatti Casino and Kindred Group.

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