EveryMatrix Targets US and Latin American Expansion
The gaming technology provider EveryMatrix has announced that it has opened a new commercial hub in Miami, Florida, to help it expand within the US and Latin American markets.
At present, EveryMatrix has a presence in 9 countries, Malta, Romania, Spain, Ukraine, Armenia, China, Norway, Thailand and now the USA, and it employs more than 530 people.
Eric Nyman, the President of EveryMatrix’s Americas division, said that the new office marks the beginning of a “new era” for the company, while Ebbe Groes, the Group CEO, explained that entering the US market is one of the company’s “major objectives this year,” therefore having an office there “is essential.”
The new office is in Downtown Miami in the Brickell area. Nyman will be using the venue to coordinate the company’s efforts across Latin America and the US with the aim of making it into a trusted regional supplier.
The product strength and future roadmap make me confident that we will break new ground in the Americas. We are building our team in Miami and are excited to further engage with customers and will announce several market entries in the coming months.
Nyman has more than a decade of experience in the iGaming industry and joined EveryMatrix in August 2020. Amongst his responsibilities are overseeing the team’s commercial activity, recruiting new talent, and the initiation of US customer acquisition.
The new office comes after EveryMatrix selected New Jersey as its entry point for the US market in November 2020 and applied for a license from the Division of Gaming Enforcement for its CasinoEngine iGaming aggregator platform.