Push Gaming Announces Integration with EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine
The deal has seen Push Gaming integrate its titles with CasinoEngine. The games are set to soon become available across several EveryMatrix operator partners.
Push Gaming said that the integration has been facilitated by its proprietary iGaming platform. Earlier this year, the iGaming supplier acquired online gambling technology provider GSI to enhance its platform capabilities and scale up delivery of its content directly to operator partners. That acquisition helped Push Gaming transform from a boutique games maker into a full-scale iGaming provider.
As part of its recent partnership with Push Gaming, EveryMatrix has gained access to a number of the provider’s chart-topping online slots, including Mystery Museum, as well as to new releases such as Wheel of Wonders.
These titles and many more crafted by Push Gaming are already proven player favorites in a number of markets across Europe and will now be made available to many of CasinoEngine’s clients and their players.
An Opportunity Push Gaming Looks Forward to Greatly
Commenting on their recent partnership with EveryMatrix, Fiona Hickey, Head of Sales at Push Gaming, said that they are delighted to be taking their content live with EveryMatrix and that they cannot wait to see their games go live with the provider’s “extensive fanbase.”
Ms. Hickey added that with its plethora of successful brands across the global iGaming market, being able to be working with EveryMatrix is an opportunity they look forward to greatly.
Amund Stensland, CasinoEngine COO at EveryMatrix, said that Push Gaming is “in the vanguard of game development” and they welcome their titles to CasinoEngine’s ever-growing library.
Mr. Stensland added that “Push Gaming offers the best player experience” and that they are confident the supplier’s games will “perform excellent with our clients in many markets.”
Push Gaming has gone from strength to strength this year, growing its presence in new and existing markets and signing partnerships with leading gambling operators, including GVC Holdings and William Hill.
The company has said that it is set to soon release a “wealth of specialist games”, platform innovations, and new in-game mechanics and that it has big plans in the coming months following the acquisition of GSI earlier this year.
EveryMatrix too revealed some pretty important news last week. The company confirmed that it has submitted a license application with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to officially kick off its US expansion campaign. A license from the New Jersey regulator would enable EveryMatrix to supply locally licensed operators with content from its CasinoEngine library.
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