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TCSJohnHuxley Signs Interactive Agreement

TCSJohnHuxley Signs Interactive Agreement

London-based table game supplier TCSJohnHuxley has entered the interactive gaming industry with the signing of a memorandum of understanding with software supplier EveryMatrix Holdings Limited.

The exclusive agreement provides the global land-based casino market (excluding North America) with EveryMatrix products through TCSJohnHuxley, which will provide additional advisory, front-end web development and ongoing support services.

EveryMatrix is an independent software development company providing gaming products for the iGaming industry. The company’s CasinoEngine product is the only casino aggregator offering a seamless wallet and back-office. Players get access to more than 1,500 games from top casino vendors with live dealer options and the benefit of negotiating only one contract with TCSJohnHuxley instead of separate contracts with the various casino vendors.

“Operators globally are increasingly asking TCSJohnHuxley to provide them with interactive solutions,” said Cath Burns, TCSJohnHuxley group CEO. “As a trusted partner providing casinos with complete live gaming solutions, we are now well-positioned to deliver what the casino operator needs to launch a compelling interactive offering from a market-proven platform.”

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