EveryMatrix strengthens US strategy with PXP Financial


Tech provider EveryMatrix has confirmed a new strategic partnership with end-to-end payment platform PXP Financial, as the firm places an elevated focus on the user experience.

As part of the link, EveryMatrix will use PXP Financial’s payments portfolio to provide a range of US local payment methods to its sports and casino operators.

Erik Nyman, President Americas at EveryMatrix, stated: “EveryMatrix’s approach entering the US market is about providing the most stable, comprehensive technology and features. I am very excited to work with PXP as it strengthens our platform. PXP have an excellent track record of success in the complex payments landscape in the US and is truly an ideal partner for EveryMatrix.”

Currently licensed to process payments in 11 states, with five more to come soon, PXP Financial’s gateway services connect partners to all the relevant local payments options, giving full market coverage.

Kamran Hedjri, CEO of PXP Financial Inc, commented: “EveryMatrix is a company that really shares our mindset. It is very dynamic and innovative, run by people eager to conquer the US market, just like all of us here at PXP. Thanks to this strategic partnership, we will be processing payments for EveryMatrix’s customers, ensuring that they can make the payments needed to play seamlessly.

“Through this partnership, we’ll grow and improve our solution by receiving access to EveryMatrix’s selection of gaming operators. We are looking forward to when our full integration into the EveryMatrix platform is completed later this year.”

Back in June, EveryMatrix completed its debut igaming development investment in the US courtesy of a deal with the Armadillo Studios game studio, which will be based at the company’s Miami headquarters.

In April, the firm confirmed receipt of Completed Application status from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE). In doing so, it has provided all required application information on its business and its key officials in line with New Jersey’s law and igaming standards.