Provider of award-winning B2B software solutions, EveryMatrix, has announced that its casino integration and productivity platform is now fully certified and compliant with the security, vulnerable and technical, standards established by Spain’s Direccion General de Ordenacion del Juego (DGOJ).

Having successfully completed the governing body’s assessment, the independent software development company’s flagship CasinoEngine product is now able to assist operators in their effort to enter one of the fastest-growing markets in Europe and beyond.

Helping casino operators to enter new jurisdictions is a key objective of our long-term plans.”

CasinoEngine is the industry’s leading casino integration and productivity platform and the largest casino content library in the industry. Presently, it comprises more than 8,000 games and 260-plus jackpots from over 140 providers via 85-plus integrations.

Key objective:

In an official press release, Group Chief Commercial Officer for EveryMatrix, Stian Hornsletten, commented on the recent certification…

“Helping casino operators to enter new jurisdictions is a key objective of our long-term plans. We are happy to be setting our footprint into new regulated markets and prove that our technology can be effectively adapted to meet specific regulatory requirements.

“Our casino product is ready to be offered to operators in one of the fastest-growing markets in Europe, and this is a fantastic development for CasinoEngine, allowing us to strengthen our presence in Europe and unlock new opportunities for online operators.”

The London-headquartered software company currently is either licensed or certified as an acting software provider to licensed operators in the United Kingdom, Malta, Curacao, Romania and Denmark. Additionally, it complies with several jurisdictions including Lithuania, Georgia, Armenia, Norway, Sweden and now Spain. CasinoEngine is moreover Schleswig-Holstein integrated and remote gambling certified.

White-label market departures:

In September, EveryMatrix decided to depart the UK white label market in the wake of the UK Gambling Commission suspension of the firm’s B2C license in the jurisdiction. The UK B2B software provision license for Remote Gambling Software, however, remains active, and the company will continue to offer gambling software to the UK-licensed operators.

Similarly, the firm recently announced the closing of its white label brands,, and in the Danish market. The company will, however, “continue to provide a fully certified and reliable platform and software solutions to Danish licensed operators.”

The largest gaming aggregator on the market, its gaming partners include such industry leaders as Habanero, Greentube, NetEnt, Microgaming, Pragmatic Play, Quickspin, Yggdrasil, and omni-channel software supplier, Tom Horn Gaming, and many other top providers.