iGaming solutions provider EveryMatrix has announced its second major deal with a state-owned gaming operator this week, agreeing a deal with Danske Spil’s CEGO, operator of some of the biggest online casino brands in Denmark.

The deal gives CEGO’s iGaming brands access to a range of games through EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine platform, including titles from the likes of NYX, Scientific Gaming, Magnet Gaming and Evolution.

EveryMatrix CEO Ebbe Groes described the deal as yet another step forward for EveryMatrix.

“Our platform was recently selected by Norsk Tipping state lottery to provide services for their iGaming integration platform, and now with Danske Spil-owned CEGO we see the recognition of our hard work and focus we invested into building one of the most competitive products on the market,” said Groes.

“At this moment, our company is one of the few Danish certified platform providers, and with the new CEGO agreement, we continue to grow our name in the Nordics region.”

Denmark’s state-owned gaming operator Danske Spil owns a 60 per cent stake in CEGO, which operates the SpilNu.dk, CasinoDanmark.dk, and KomogVind.dk brands, as well as games developer Magnet Gaming.

Between January and September of this year, CEGO generated gross gaming revenue of DKK137.6m (€18.5m), up 15 per cent year-on-year.

“We are looking forward to cooperating with EveryMatrix,” said Esben Thomsen, chief marketing officer of CEGO. “It will open up a large portfolio of new and exciting games, which will benefit our players and strengthen our gaming products even further.”

The deal expands EveryMatrix’s operations in the regulated Danish iGaming market, where it powers the likes of AnnaCasino.dk, JetBull.dk, Dansk Underholdning’s BingoSjov.dk, BingoSlottet.dk and BalletBingo.dk brands, as well as casino and bingo sites for tabloid newspaper Ekstra Bladet.

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