secured many years of cooperation with the brand of sports betting and casinos winmasterswhich will fully transfer to the group's turnkey platform in the coming months.
Currently operating in Romania, Greece, Cyprus and Malta, winmasters will benefit from EveryMatrix's full suite of products including player account management, sports betting, casino management and an affiliate platform.
Thomas Tzokas, CEO at winmaster
s, stated: “We decided to work with EveryMatrix after scoping several leading suppliers and we are glad to have our first environment living in Greece in a few weeks. winmasters is a fast-growing gaming company and the support of a leading technology provider is critical to our success.
"EveryMatrix will provide a bespoke platform specifically for winmasters, high-quality sports betting and casino services, and a dedicated development team to help us achieve our goals of expanding our company to other EU regulated markets."
Thanks to the new partnership, EveryMatrix has further expanded its product offering in the Greek market and added Cyprus to the list of regulated markets in which it operates.
Ebbe Groes, CEO of the EveryMatrix Group, added: "EveryMatrix has welcomed the opportunity to work with such an excellent team and has dedicated significant resources during this development project to adding a rich feature set to sports betting, as well as marketing and administrative tools to take our betting offering to a new and higher level .
“The winmasters team has challenged us to deliver a top-class product, and we have taken on this challenge. . We look forward to working together for many years in product development, striving to obtain the best sports betting product available. ”
Last month, EveryMatrix detailed its first investment in gambling development in the United States through Armadillo Studios, which will be based at the company's Miami headquarters.
The entity is to be responsible for the development of online casino games based on the logic of the game and the player's specific preferences for the US market.