Online gaming software provider EveryMatrix has appointed SBTech’s Roee Weinberg as the new product manager of its OddsMatrix sports betting solution.

As product manager, Weinberg will oversee the entire OddsMatrix sportsbook. EveryMatrix said that he will provide valuable input on the creative direction, new features, enhancements and overall design of the product.
He will also be responsible for the development of the sportsbook, with the aim of delivering in excess of 10,000 live events per month across a range of sporting categories.

Weinberg joins the company, having served as sports product manager at SBTech for six years.

EveryMatrix CEO Ebbe Groes said: ““We are very excited to have Roee Weinberg on board developing our OddsMatrix product as he will bring his creative talents and strategic acumen to the role. OddsMatrix is a growing product and we genuinely aim to ensure it is a product worthy of our partners and aim to keep investing in it to benefit current and new partners.”

EveryMatrix also revealed this morning that it has provided its platform services to Betit Group’s newly launched online casino brand

The company said that the launch marked a “turning-point” for EveryMatrix in terms of front-end development with building their front-end in pure HTML and Java Script without the use of a webserver.

“We’re proud to have assisted in launching one of the most unique casino sites around, which fully reflects their deep talent and expertise,” continued Groes. “It’s been one of the swiftest launches we’ve done, as we have provided with a Web API giving them full control over the user experience.” utilises the GamMatrix gaming management platform and the CasinoEngine aggregator, offering content from multiple casino vendors such as Play’n GO and Net Entertainment seamlessly integrated into one single lobby and wallet.

“The synergy between our view on the overall player experience and the EveryMatrix solutions facilitating this journey have enabled us to launch what will soon be recognized as a game-changing platform,” said Betit Group CEO Joakim Stockman.


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