May 3 / 2018
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Relax Gaming content to be accessible on EveryMatrix platform

Relax Gaming games now available on EveryMatrix platform following content deal

Relax Gaming, the innovative supplier has made its latest table games content available on the platform of EveryMatrix, making it accessible to several operators across several territories.

Relax will initially integrate its array of table games, such as Roulette and Blackjack, and then plans to lay out further content later in the year.

The Head of Vendor Management at EveryMatrix, Amund Stensland, commented: “As a gaming content aggregator, we look to find the best titles available at the most cost-effective prices to ensure we provide our partners with the best possible offering and Relax Gaming’s latest table games are well-suited to these needs.

“Both the Roulette and Blackjack titles offer premium gameplay and high-spec graphics, both key to delivering the best casino experience to the many customers we service.”

These will be made available to EveryMatrix’s operator partners via its Casino Engine which features more than 5,000 titles across various gaming verticals.

​The table games content will be live on Relax’s proprietary RNG engine, with the Roulette featuring highly realistic ball tracking, while Blackjack can offer three hands simultaneously on mobile devices.

Relax Gaming’s Co-founder and Chairman of the Board, ​Patrik Österåker, added: “EveryMatrix has one of the most extensive and quality gaming portfolios on the market and we’re very pleased to integrate our latest table games into their platform.

“We’re confident players will appreciate the titles, having already proven to be very successful with numerous partners around the world.”

Relax Gaming recently recruited Simon Hammon, formerly of NetEnt, and Andrew Crosby, as the Chief Product Officer and Head of Account Management respectively.

They also announced that Daniel Eskola will join the company from Kindred and take up the title of CEO in April, with Österåker becoming Chairman of the Board.

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