EveryMatrix has opened a new commercial hub in Miami, Florida. Led by industry veteran Erik Nyman, President Americas at EveryMatrix, the new office seeks to expand the company’s global footprint in the US and LatAm markets.
Located in the Brickell area of Downtown Miami, near major business and leisure landmarks, the new EveryMatrix commercial hub is set to coordinate the company’s activity in the US and LATAM markets and establish the organization as a trusted supplier in the region.
Ebbe Groes, Group CEO of EveryMatrix, said: “Entering the US market is one of our major objectives this year and having feet on the ground there is essential. I’m confident that Erik will give shape to EveryMatrix’s US ambitions and drive forward this expansion process with a lot of dedication. I’m looking forward to bringing on-board brilliant people in our Miami office and I wish Erik and his team good luck.”
Erik Nyman, President Americas at EveryMatrix, added: “Opening up EveryMatrix’s Miami office marks a new era of the company’s success story. We have the industry’s most complete offering from microservices to full turnkey platform, sports, casino, and everything in between. The product strength and future roadmap make me confident that we will break new ground in the Americas. We are building our team in Miami and are excited to further engage with customers and will announce several market entries in the coming months.”
In November 2020, EveryMatrix filed the application to New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement for a license for the company’s iGaming Integration Platform, CasinoEngine.
Erik Nyman joined the company’s Leadership Team in August of 2020 and has the role of leading the establishment of EveryMatrix’s US presence. With more than 10 years of experience in iGaming, Nyman will oversee the team’s commercial activity, recruit new talent and begin the process of acquiring new US clients.
Established in 2008, EveryMatrix is a pure B2B tech provider for the iGaming industry. The company employs over 530 employees in nine countries: Malta, Romania, Ukraine, Spain, Armenia, Norway, China, Thailand, and now the US.