UK software development company EveryMatrix has partnered with gaming and virtual sports provider Leap Gaming in a deal that will see its CasinoEngine iGaming integration platform now able to offer its customers access to the provider’s entire portfolio of virtual products.
Founded in 2014, Leap Gaming develops high-end, immersive and customizable gaming content including virtual sports, table games, and slots, for online, mobile and retail markets, and its operating partners including the most recent additions, live dealer specialist Vivo Gaming and Latin American sports betting operator Betcris.
“CasinoEngine’s games are sourced from the best providers available out there, and Leap fits right in.”
In addition to releasing its fast-paced, 3X5-reel, 25-payline Vampire Kiss slot in early September, the Malta-based provider also received a Game Supply License from Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) on July 30, 2020. The license unlocks significant opportunities for Leap in its effort to become the content partner of choice for leading gaming operators around the globe.
Head of Customer Success for Leap Gaming, Andreea Spiteri, commented on the collaboration, saying…
“We are delighted about this partnership with EveryMatrix, which will allow us to provide our entire portfolio of existing virtual sports and casino games across to CasinoEngine. EveryMatrix is a highly reputable gaming content hub which serves many household gaming brands. We look forward to a long-lasting and prosperous partnership.”
Boasting the “largest casino content library in the industry,” with more than 11,500 titles from over 175 providers and 450-plus local and global jackpots, CasinoEngine is a modular product and not platform dependent. It can either be integrated with 3rd party platforms or fully services from EveryMatrix’s Gaming Management Platform solution, GamMatrix.
Also commenting on the new partnership, CasinoEngine Chief Operating Officer for EveryMatrix, Amund Stensland, said in a company press release…
“Through the new collaboration with Leap Gaming, we’ll extend CasinoEngine’s virtual sports offering. Leap’s products provide an exquisite user experience across all platforms, and their titles are an excellent addition to our existing content. CasinoEngine’s games are sourced from the best providers available out there, and Leap fits right in. We welcome them aboard and salute our new partnership.”
SBC Awards shortlist:
In related news, EveryMatrix recently announced that it has been shortlisted in no less than five categories at the SBC Awards 2020, which is now in its seventh year. The ceremony will be broadcast live to 800 virtual guests on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, when the B2b iGaming software provider will compete for: Platform Provider of the Year, Sportsbook Supplier of the Year, Esports Supplier of the Year, Sports Data Product and Payment Solution of the Year.