EveryMatrix and Group Foliatti Secure an Agreement on Online Entry

EveryMatrix and Group Foliatti Secure an Agreement on Online Entry

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EveryMatrix reaffirms its spot in Americas by instigating an alliance to provide online betting operating provision for Mexico’s prominent Group Foliatti’s first ever marque

The Mexico-located Group Foliatti, which has been running for over a decade in various locations in Mexico, currently is in the leading position of top 10 Mexican casinos

According to the collaboration, Group Foliatti is soon to release its first online project, Foliatti Casino, operated and supported by EveryMatrix’s pre-integrated platform, providing them with a selection of modern solutions such as a completely operated sportsbook, product-based bonus mechanism and more.

Senior at Foliatti Group, Andres Madrigal stated:

“For a while we were in the lookout for a provider that would build a substructure to assure success and expansion for us, and now we are positive that EveryMatrix, who once again have demonstrated that their leading position as a turnkey provider is completely justified, is the one to do that. EveryMatrix offers an impressive arsenal of product abilities, flexibility, as well as strong service experience.”

From EveryMatrix’s side of things, this partnership was a great opportunity of strengthening its placement in the Americas’ market, following suite a range of tactical steps that include the launch of a commercial centre in Miami and a number of applications for licenses in various locations.

Erik Nyman, regional senior at EveryMatrix, commented on the deal:

“I am extremely excited to have Group Foliatti, one of the most prominent Mexico-based casino companies, as our opening turnkey partner in Mexico. I am looking forward to not only providing Foliatti with an arsenal that will surely set them for success in this market, but also to demonstrating EveryMatrix’s capabilities as a provider.”

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