Fri, Mar 1, 9:42am by Staff Writer
One-stop shop casino content aggregator EveryMatrix has announced the appointment of Rafael Campuzano as its new Chief Technology Officer.
Mr Campuzano brings experience to the role after formerly working as a chief technology officer at Bit8.
Armed with more than 19 years of experience, he has extensive technical expertise.
Mr Campuzano has worked in several reputable telecom and software companies before joining the iGaming industry in 2016.
The chief executive officer of EveryMatrix Ebbe Groes commented: “Rafael is an authentic, passionate tech person and we are positive that his hands-on approach will generate many valuable insights and exciting new ideas.”
“We are thrilled to have Rafael joining our team, and we are sure his talent and comprehensive knowledge will greatly contribute to our expansion,” Mr Groes said.
“He will oversee managing the continued very fast growth of transaction while bringing performance to even higher levels than today!”
Mr Campuzano added that he already loves the enthusiasm of his team and that they are striving for excellence.
“From an operational perspective, my focus is to make sure our clients can concentrate on what really matters to them thanks to our stable and smooth-running applications and systems,” he said.
“Furthermore, I will work with the teams to help them deliver the best features to our clients, while beating competitors’ time to market,” Mr Campuzano said.
According to Calvin Ayre, more than 30 new casino clients have been launched by EveryMatrix, including regional market leaders such as Norse Tipping, Tipico and Adjarabet.
EveryMatrix products work together as an entire platform or can be used independently to accommodate a range of clients from bookmakers to lotteries and from existing large operations to newcomers.
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Technology firm Playtech’s partnership with the national operator of gambling in Norway, Norsk Tipping, has been extended for a further 10 years.
One of Playtech’s subsidiaries, Videobet, has agreed to the extension that allows Playtech to continue to provide the system technology for all of Norway’s video lottery terminal (VLT) gaming systems.
The partnership between Playtech and Norsk Tipping began in 2003.
The deal has seen Videobet’s VLT products and services become available in more than a thousand of Norsk Tipping’s retail outlets across Norway.
The contract extension underlines Playtech’s position as a market leading technology supplier in regulated and newly regulated markets, particularly across Europe.
Under the renewed contract, Videobet will continue to maintain and extend the cutting-edge capabilities of its VLT system.
The system has successfully operated Videobet and third party content for more than 10 years, with Videobet currently extending the open capabilities of the system by adding support for Remote Game Servers.
The head of gaming operations at Norsk Tipping Hans Erland Ringsvold said: “we are very happy with the technology and services provided by Playtech and the Videobet team. We are confident that their VLT technology, coupled with their professional expertise and experience from a wide range of markets will continue to provide great value for Norsk Tipping and ensure that we can fulfil our future VLT strategy and business objectives.”
Playtech’s chief operating officer Shimon Akad told Calvin Ayre: “for more than 15 years we have successfully supported Norsk Tipping in delivering a VLT program for the Norwegian market.”
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