Genii secures partnership with EveryMatrix

Gaming technology supplier Genii has signed a platform partnership deal with EveryMatrix.

The igaming solutions giant will deliver Genii’s portfolio of over 130 games to their clients across the casino and gaming market. The deal includes Genii’s unique Spin16 product range, which allows players to interact directly with reels, swiping up, down, left and right.

Genii’s announcement follows other recent partnerships including LeoVegas, TAIN, Iforium, Altenar, Gaming Innovation Group, Stafish Media, VideoSlots and OMEGA Gaming.

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Nick Hill, EveryMatrix

Founded in 2008, EveryMatrix has offices in Europe, Asia and North America and is the largest casino content aggregator currently on the market.

Nick Hill, EveryMatrix Sales and Marketing Director, said: “EveryMatrix only offers the best available products across sportsbook, casino and payments platforms, and Genii’s portfolio certainly fits that description. With their Spin16 slots, we’re able to offer our clients something unique alongside their strong suite of games. We couldn’t be more pleased to put pen to paper.”

Nick Barr, Genii Sales Director, added: “This is a great deal for Genii which will enable our full suite of games to be made available to EveryMatrix’s global audience. Their dedication to products of the highest quality was a perfect match for us and is yet more confirmation of the quality and attractiveness of our portfolio.”

Genii’s games are supported on Windows, Apple and Android platforms and are available on desktop, tablet and mobile.

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