For the past years, Global distributor of legendary and new generation slots from Italy, Espresso Games has made successful collaborations with various gaming partners. The operator has made yet another step to broaden their presence by signing a new content distribution agreement with EveryMatrix.

The partnership will see the studio make its full portfolio of slots and table games available to the supplier’s operator network, including regulated markets such as Colombia. Every single game comes with a bonus system, designed and developed with customers for the customers. There are over seventy titles in the library, adjusted for mobile gaming and backed with multiplayer jackpot quests, the 3S module for speedy setup solution, quick integration, and cross-game jackpot modes.

Commenting about the partnership, Carol Chow, business dev at Espresso Games, said that partnership with 2008 founded software supplier whose footprint around the world as a gateway to offering the studio’s engaging product, would help the group expand in many regulated jurisdictions and verticals.

Additionally, Chow said signing that deals with EveryMatrix meant offering their engaging product to even more operators and relying on a company that had a formidable and long history in that industry. He noted that it was yet another step to broaden their presence, and they were sure EveryMatrix would be a valuable partner, and they cannot wait to see what was ahead.

Amund Stensland, chief operating officer of CasinoEngine, said they welcomed Espresso Games to their extensive network of gaming partners. Besides, he said they were an entrepreneurial and promising gaming supplier with a very competitive slot portfolio, and they were looking forward to building their partnership in many new markets.

Source: https://lcb.org/news/espresso-games-signs-content-distribution-deal-with-everymatrix
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