One of the most important things for a provider of an online casino platform is to offer up a sufficient number of high-quality ways to bet. For casino operators especially, having a lot of great games is one of the most critical things they can do to bring in new players. EveryMatrix knows the importance of this, and that's why they've made a new deal with Global Bet that boosts the number of games they're able to offer.
Virtual Sports From Global Bet
The main acquisition and addition to the EveryMatrix platform from this deal will be virtual sports. Virtual sports are a relatively new type of game that has only really gotten much attention inside of the past year and a half or so. The basic idea is that there are simulations of sports leagues that you can follow, and you can pick out your own bets. The point is that, if someone bets on football, for example, the season only lasts a part of the year. What's more is that the virtual sports seasons can last less than a day, so it's a faster-paced ordeal.
The Omni-Channel Approach
Something else worth pointing out is that EveryMatrix is making this an omni-channel release. Much like they do with a lot of their newer slot additions, this means that it will be released on all platforms at the same time. This is important because it gives players more options to get in on the action no matter how they choose to play. That's a very inclusive way to go about the release, and it helps to make sure none of their players feel alienated.
Starting off 2016 with a big announcement like this one is a pretty key moment for EveryMatrix. It shows that they're starting off the year with a lot of momentum, and this is important because it gives them what they need to get started off on the right foot and to continue pushing forward throughout the rest of the year. Starting off strong makes it easier to keep performing in a strong way, and that's a school of thought that this software platform provider seems to really be sticking to. Overall, we're excited to see what else they have in store for 2016.