NetEnt Signs Reseller Deal with EveryMatrix


As part of its expansion plans, NetEnt which is one of the most popular casino technology solutions providers has recently extended its existing partnership deal with EveryMatrix. This move involved the addition of two dedicated blackjack tables that are now available via CasinoEngine, the gaming operator’s online gambling integration platform.

EveryMatrix is certainly set to benefit from this new deal especially considering the stellar reputation of its partners. The company has been aggressively pursuing a number of partnerships, something that has seen it ink lucrative deals with Swedish online gambling solutions developer Gaming Corps and DAOGroup, a blockchain solutions provider based in Tallinn.

Its partnership with NetEnt was already quite a big deal but this extension takes it to the next level. The solutions provider is valuable business partners and the newly added products from the company are proof of that.

“The new blackjack tables are a valuable asset for our clients, and we are certain they will deliver amazing entertainment. EveryMatrix is a flexible provider, always looking to offer operators the entertainment options they need to grow.” CasinoEngine COO Amund Stensland.

Needless to say, this move also fits right in with NetEnt’s ambitious plans for even more global expansion. EveryMatrix is just one of the popular online gambling brands that the gaming solutions provider is targeting with its ever-growing and innovative range of products.

The Expanded Live Casino studio

Last Tuesday, the gaming solutions provider announced that it has expanded its live casino studio in Qormi, Malta. This expansion involved the addition of a total of three new standard blackjack tables. While this might seem like a relatively small number, it is certainly set to send waves through the live casino gaming sector.

Over the past year, there has been a rapid increase in the demand for live gaming products, something that was further catalyzed by the coronavirus pandemic. This is an opportunity that NetEnt was not willing to pass up on as it strives to grow its footprint across the globe through its NetEnt Live business.

Generally speaking, the past few months have been very busy for the company. In addition to inking a ton of partnership deals with high-profile gaming companies, it has also introduced several new games and formats. Moreover, it has even been able to significantly advance its proprietary chroma-key technology which is meant to help in advancing its plans to become a force to reckon with in the live gambling sector.

Now, perhaps the biggest development that the company might be able to push through with a proposed acquisition that will see it come under the leadership of Evolution Gaming, another popular gaming brand. Not a lot of details are available on this particular deal but we expect it to close in November.

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