EveryMatrix gets license to operate in Michigan via its CasinoEngine platform

EveryMatrix announced it has received conditional approval from the Michigan Gaming Control Board for licensing in the state, after its request was submitted to the regulator earlier this year.

The company is officially allowed to distribute iGaming content in the state of Michigan via CasinoEngine, its casino integration and productivity platform. 

CasinoEngine provides access to over 12,500 games across more than 250 casino vendors and sub-vendors. “Thanks to its modularity, it can also be integrated with third-party platforms,” the company explained. 

The move is part of an ongoing effort to expand the brand’s reach in the iGaming vertical. Besides Michigan, EveryMatrix has successfully obtained licensing in West Virginia and New Jersey, with more jurisdictions on their way as well. 

Erik Nyman, President EveryMatrix Americas, said: “The state of Michigan has established a solid framework for online gaming and delivered strong results since market opening.”

“We are very pleased that EveryMatrix has been granted the license approval for iGaming and expect to go live shortly with our customers,” he added. 

Earlier this month, EveryMatrix announced its sports data solution OddsMatrix Data Feeds has integrated odds, streaming, and settlement for over ten premium virtual sports from Kiron Interactive. 

Alexander Jones, Business Development Officer at OddsMatrix, said: ‘We’re delighted to add Kiron’s virtual sports into our Data Feeds product suite. The virtual sports betting scene has grown into an important betting vertical in recent years. We’re positive that Kiron’s extensive experience and impressive portfolio of virtual sports will be a great addition to the OddsMatrix sports data offering.’