OddsMatrix Welcomes Tor Skeie as New CEO

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Tor Skeie has been announced as the new CEO of OddsMatrix, the sportsbook division of EveryMatrix.

In his new role, Skeie will be charged with running the sports betting business and building upon its success over the last year, during which it grew 28%. Over the course of 2022, OddsMatrix secured a number of big-name clients, including Bet-at-home, and it won the tender for the Hungarian lottery.

The company employs 150 people, including developers, traders, a commercial team, and an always-available customer support team.

Skeie brings with him more than two decades of experience in the betting and iGaming industry. His career has focused on new technology and delivery, and he founded several businesses, including one of the first peer-to-peer betting exchanges, in 2001. Skeie went on to found TOTOIT in 2013, which was then acquired by EveryMatrix in 2020.

It’s a great thrill to lead the sports business unit and to continue to build on the brilliant work the team has done in making OddsMatrix one of the fastest-growing and most reliable sportsbook platform solutions offerings in our industry. I look forward to continuing to deliver a second-to-none service for both new and existing clients, ensuring maximum stability and performance and delivering a roadmap of new, innovative features that will take us and our partners to the next level.

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Ebbe Groes, the CEO of EveryMatrix, said that he has known Skeie for “many years” and that he has been an “excellent addition to the business”. He said that due to Skeie, the company now has “better delivery on the sports front end today than we have ever had”. He added that Tor’s “management, leadership, and client interface skills will help us build further momentum and tier-1 client growth for OddsMatrix.”

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