Everymatrix Awarded Romanian Class II Online Gaming License

January 12, 2017 / by: Gray Peterson

iGaming content supplier EveryMatrix has announced today that it has obtained two Class II licenses from Oficiul National pentru Jocuri de Noroc- the Romanian gambling operator. The licenses issued allow the world's leading online gaming content supplier to offer Romania-based operators with content, hosting facilities and platform management among many other services.

EveryMatrix has received its licensure after the recent regulation of the Romanian online gaming market which was achieved after lawmakers introduced a bill seeking to license and regulate the local online gambling market in 2015. The Romanian regulator later started issuing licenses to interested service providers and operators in 2016.

EveryMatrix are familiar with the Romanian territory considering that their largest offices have been based in this country’s capital for years. Ebbe Groes, who is EveryMatrix CEO, stated that they were delighted to have an opportunity to supply Romania-facing operators with their unique products as well as those of their partners.

Mr. Groes further explained that expansion into regulated jurisdictions is part and parcel of their company’s growth plan. He revealed that EveryMatrix would also be seeking to obtain licensure in other regions that include the UK, Scandinavia, Central, and Eastern Europe. Besides the class II license from Romania, EveryMatrix also holds other licenses from regulators of Malta, Denmark, Ireland and some parts of UK.

Recently, EveryMantrix seems to be making a triumph entry into Nordic jurisdictions through partnership agreements with various local gambling operators. In their latest deal, EveryMatrix has agreed to power Norway’s state lottery with its CasinoEngine content platform in a six-year deal. It is also expected to power several other local vendors in the country.

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