Gambling operator EveryMatrix has signed a US casino content agreement with Kindred Group.
Under the brand new content agreement, EveryMatrix will provide Kindred Group with all content developed by its Spearhead Studios and Armadillo Studios game development groups, with all content available in licensed US jurisdictions.
Through the integration, Kindred Group will have the ability to add additional vendors as they become available through EveryMatrix’s iGaming Integration Platform known as CasinoEngine, which features a large selection of casino games.
Erik Nyman, the President of Americas at EveryMatrix, said in a statement to SBCAmericas: “Kindred Group is one of the earliest adopters of iGaming and sportsbook globally and been very successful since the inception.
“We will be supplying a large selection of games to appeal [to] their US players through our iGaming Integration Platform, CasinoEngine. This partnership further enhances EveryMatrix’s position to become the leading technology provider in America and we trust Kindred’s players will enjoy our games portfolio and bonus features.”
Manuel Stan, the SVP of USA at Kindred Group, added: “We are very excited to partner up with EveryMatrix and bring the top-quality content from Spearhead Studios and Armadillo Studios to our US customers, in our intent to bring a best-in-class casino offering to the US.”
The news comes after EveryMatrix announced in June the launch of Armadillo Studios, a development group targeting the United States that is headquartered in Miami.
Ebbe Groes, the Group CEO of EveryMatrix, said in a statement at the time: “We’re more than happy to contribute to US gaming culture with a wide portfolio of casino games which will be managed entirely by our team in Miami.”
The above news comes as more gambling operators looking to break into the USA. In June, Sports Illustrated announced a partnership with 888 Holdings to launch a brand new US sportsbook, PlayOJO Casino is launching in the country under an agreement with Caesars Entertainment, and game developer Wazdan celebrated the company’s successful launch in New Jersey last month.
Live casino game provider Ezugi has unveiled its new branding alongside the amended slogan “Smart Move”.
The studio, which is owned by Evolution alongside NetEnt and Big Time Gaming, unveiled its new branding, complete with a revamped logo that Ezugi believes is “synonymous with the company values”.
As reported by FocusGN, Ezugi states that its new “Smart Move” slogan reflects its content and commitment to providing innovative content. The new logo, meanwhile, reflects the company’s always-live mentality through the “distinctive red streaming live dot”.
The new logo and slogan is Ezugi’s first step in its rebranding. The second step will see the launch of a brand new website and the final step involves the implementation of a user-orientated customer portal.
Kfir Kugler, the CEO of Ezugi, said in a statement: “We have come a long way from where we were almost 10 years ago when the company was founded. Today, we offer an extensive suite of live casino games and numerous innovative solutions.
“Our visual identity should reflect all those changes and all the hard work of our creative minds. We have a new ‘smart’ look, but our mission will always remain the same – to give customers an advantage over the competition through data and innovation.”
He continued: “It has always been in Ezugi’s DNA to provide the best service to its customers and their players. With the second-stage branding introduction of a new website and portal, Ezugi clients will benefit hugely from the user-friendly structure and our efforts to create a modern client area to meet their needs.”
Sportnco has extended a partnership with NetBet allowing the sports betting provider to launch in Greek.
NetBet originally partnered with Sportnco in 2010, and the company has acted as NetBet’s platform provider for the French market since then. Under the extended partnership, Sportnco has been tasked with migrating NetBet’s NetBet.gr sportsbook to a new platform compliant with the Hellenic Gaming Commission’s regulatory conditions.
The Hellenic Gaming Commission (HGC) is responsible for regulating all gambling activities, like the UK Gambling Commission. Under current Greek gambling law, platform suppliers are required to hold B2B licenses.
Hervé Schlosser, the SEO and Founder of Sportnco, said in a statement to SBCNews: “We are delighted to be expanding our relationship with NetBet, a long-lasting and trusted customer of Sportnco.
“This newly-regulated market enables Sportnco to demonstrate its know-how for meeting complex IT and trading requirements and once again we are excited to be expanding our international footprint. We’re really looking forward to developing NetBet’s presence in Greece.”
Keny Igbui, the General Manager at NetBet, added: “We are very happy to be working with Sportnco in Greece and look forward to developing this relationship thanks to focused service and customer management with our sportsbook provider. Greece is a great market for iGaming and we look forward to continuing our growth there with Sportnco.”
The above news comes as numerous game developers and gambling operators have acquired licenses for the emerging new Greek gambling market after an update to the country’s existing laws allowed operators to launch online gambling.
Developer Yggdrasil obtained a Greek license earlier this month following Oryx Gaming and Hacksaw Gaming, both of which also obtained Greek licenses this month. Additional gambling operators and game developers are expected to follow in the coming months, helping to expand the online market in Greece with new websites and gambling products.