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The first US exclusive aggregator partner of EveryMatrix has gone live

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EveryMatrix has launched with Supremeland Gaming and is supplying DraftKings via its exclusive content aggregation partner in the US.

Supremeland Gaming will develop content exclusively with EveryMatrix using its US-based studio Powderkeg. The partnership allows the US-based Powderkeg studio to develop exclusive content with EveryMatrix technology.

Supremeland Gaming content via SlotMatrix is available now on DraftKings New Jersey, with additional states to follow.

Through SlotMatrix EveryMatrix secured commercial agreements in the US with many tier-1 operators, such as DraftKings and its live content in New Jersey or Ontario.

Erik Nyman is the president of EveryMatrix Americas. He said, “At its core, the EveryMatrix strategy was to bring the world’s leading casino productivity platform and aggregation to the US Market.

Today, our customer can now facilitate bonuses for games from third parties. This has never been done before in the market. Powderkeg creates games of high quality and we’re confident that players will love them.

EveryMatrix, partner and EveryMatrix celebrate “major milestone”

EveryMatrix is licensed in North America, including Ontario, New Jersey, and Michigan.

Rickard Ohrn said, “This significant milestone marks the beginning of an exciting journey.” Through our partnership, we will deliver fun and innovative games to an even wider audience.

EveryMatrix reported a net revenue record of EUR114m ($123m/PS98m) during the 2023 fiscal year. EBITDA also more than doubled from year to year.

The net revenue of the company was up 75% year on year, thanks to growth in all its core businesses. EBITDA jumped by 155%, to EUR60m, for the twelve months ending 31 December 2023.

The casino revenue will rocket 86% by 2023

Casino activity represented EUR54.7m in revenue for the year, an 86% increase. EBITDA from casino also increased 162% to EUR32.3m.

The increase in the number of casino vendors and new games was a major factor. In 2023, 98 operators launched casino content.

In sports betting, revenues jumped by 51% and EBITDA by 103%. The number of bets increased by 96% and the live event availability by 31%. Average sports bets per day reached 234,000.

EBITDA soared by 344 % to EUR12,5 million. The average daily transactions were also up year-on-year.

Affiliate revenue increased 39%, to EUR4.4m. The EBITDA of this segment fell 21%, to EUR1.2m. PartnerMatrix affiliates’ net gaming revenues increased by 77%, to EUR326m.

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