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Livespins and EveryMatrix sign major distribution deal

Updated:2024-03-20 09:13    Views:172

Through the agreement, operators powered by EveryMatrix can integrate Livespins directly into their casino lobbies. This, as noted by the latter, allows operators to leverage the “huge popularity of slot streaming via a fully compliant platform and product.”

Amund Stensland, CasinoEngine COO at EveryMatrix commented: “Operators are going to great efforts to engage the next generation of players. Through Livespins they have a platform that allows them to provide an engaging, entertaining and socially charged experience next generation audiences are looking for.

“This is a great addition to our offering and further establishes EveryMatrix as the go-to platform provider for operators looking to stand out from the crowd.”

Livespins allows players to watch streamers and also get directly involved in the action taking place across the reels, which is carried out via a smart bet behind system. Moreover, players can talk with the streamer and each other throughout the stream.

This creates a group bet and a shared experience,Casino games while each player is able to select their own bet amount and number of spins.

“Livespins is taking online casino game lobbies by storm and this distribution deal with EveryMatrix will help launch our platform into the mainstream by making it available to some of the biggest operators in the business,” said Livespins CCO Michael Pedersen.

“The worlds of casino and streaming have been converging for some time now, and player demand for this type of content and experience is at an all-time high. Livespins allows operators to leverage this but in a way that is responsible and compliant.

“This is a significant deal for us, with EveryMatrix one of the top platform providers and aggregators in our industry. I can’t think of a better way to kick off the New Year for Livespins.”

Last month, EveryMatrix received conditional approval from the Michigan Gaming Control Board. Having filed for licensing in the US state earlier in the year to support its commercial advancements, the iGaming platform provider can now officially distribute iGaming content in Michigan via CasinoEngine.