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Sweden – EveryMatrix invests in Lady Luck Games ahead of studio’s NASDAQ listing

By - 21 May 2021

EveryMatrix has announced an investment into LL Lucky Games AB, an up-and-coming gaming studio from Sweden set to list on NASDAQ First North Growth Market on June 23, 2021.

Founded by experienced industry veterans in 2019, Lady Luck Games develops casino games with a strong focus on gameplay experience and high-quality sticky designs.

Lady Luck Games is also partnering up with RGS Matrix, EveryMatrix’s remote gaming server, which will be providing the necessary means for the studio to develop and distribute its games.

RGS Matrix will manage compliance efforts and provide fast entry on regulated markets, as it is already licensed in 13 jurisdictions. Lady Luck Games joins Spearhead Studios, Wild Boars, FunFair, FlipLuck, and JVL, as RGS Matrix’s sixth client.

Ebbe Groes, Group CEO of EveryMatrix, explained the rationale behind the investment: “In Lady Luck Games, we see the next generation casino games being launched today. The studio has all the prerequisites of becoming a leading player in the casino space.

“Their highly experienced team paired with our RGS Matrix stellar technology is a lucky combination that I am sure will prove to be highly successful and lead a rapid expansion.

“The boost of games coming from porting the entire Lady Luck Games portfolio to our RGS Matrix is extra welcomed as we get it certified for the growing US market where we already see a great interest from operators in novel content.”

Mads Jørgensen, CEO and Co-Founder of Lady Luck Games, commented: “EveryMatrix is the perfect partner for us to grow our development and distribution. We are happy to receive their endorsement and support while we prepare to list on NASDAQ First North Growth Market.

“I’m positive that this collaboration will bring many wins for all involved parties and extra pleased to welcome Ebbe Groes to our board of directors.”

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