Jelly Entertainment Receives Investment from EveryMatrix

EveryMatrix, the iGaming technology provider, has announced that it is investing in the young game development studio Jelly Entertainment.

The investment is EveryMatrix’s second of its kind after the company announced a similar investment in the Swedish-listed studio LL Lucky Games in May of last year. Jelly, which is based in the UK, will be joining EveryMatrix’s gaming aggregation platform SlotMatrix, ensuring that its titles are distributed across a vast network of operators. SlotMatrix is the largest collection of gaming content of its kind, and it has an ever-increasing library of exclusive content from RGS partners.


David Newstead - Jelly CEO

I’m thrilled to have EveryMatrix as our partner; we’re now in a better position than ever to drive forward our studio expansion and product strategy. We share a common vision for entertainment in mobile gaming, and EveryMatrix’s plans for the U.S., their focus on engaging content and market-leading platform make them an ideal key distribution partner for Jelly to accelerate its product roadmap and grow our footprint in the U.S. and European markets.

David NewsteadJelly CEO

Ebbe Groes, the CEO of EveryMatrix, said that the investment is a strategic decision for the company. He explained that they are impressed with Jelly’s content and that he foresees “a long partnership ahead, and this is why we picked them to continue our series of financial investments in the space.”

Similarly, Ashley Bloor, CEO of SlotMatrix RGS, said that they are “incredibly excited” to have signed Jelly as an RGS partner, and he believes that the “partnership will further emphasize the growth of SlotMatrix RGS, and we are looking forward to giving our operators more high-quality mobile-focused content in collaboration with Jelly.”

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