Igaming platform operator EveryMatrix has just revealed that it filed for licensing in Michigan and West Virginia.
After EveryMatrix’s progress with deals and completing licensing requirements in New Jersey, it announced that has filed for two more jurisdictions in Michigan and West Virginia, with more filings to transpire in the near future.
Michigan and West Virginia have both authorized legislation for online casinos and sports betting, making these markets particularly appealing for many igaming operators like EveryMatrix and its future clients.
EveryMatrix moves forward with its expansion to the U.S., after signing agreements with Tier-1 operators such as Resorts Digital and Kindred Group, as well as payment providers such as Nuvei and PXP Financial.
“To support our business advances and multi-state partnerships, we have now filed license applicaions in West Virginia and Michigan. This follows our clear path and ambition to live with our technology and products in states that allow for a full casino and sports betting offering,” Erik Nyman, EveryMatrix Americas President, said.
“I am very pleased with EveryMatrix’s progress in the U.S. and looking ahead to an exciting 2022,” he added.