Gaming software provider, EveryMatrix, has announced its plans to expands to support mobile content as the mobile gaming market continues to advance. The new Web API Protocol and technological upgrades available through EveryMatrix will allow existing customers to increase their market share, while also attracting new customers.
Customers will now be able to supply gaming content for their native mobile applications which will make it possible for them to increase their market share, increase revenue from their business and improve retention.
There are numerous improvements that will be available from EveryMatrix with their new Web API Protocol and with the company shift of focus from template-based delivery to a focus on the user experience and customised front-end design, more improvements will be incorporated in the future.
The exact release date for the new Web API has not been revealed; however the company assures that it will be available to existing customers soon and to future customers at a later date. Based on WebSocket protocol, the new Web API permits two-way communication in a real time transport technology.
“In today’s online gambling industry – from sporting events to casino games – software suppliers need to respond to their clients’ necessities by offering reliable and secure access across platforms and help increase conversion speed and long-term loyalty,” announced Ebbe Groes, CEO at EveryMatrix.
The company has also been focusing on their expansion into regulated gaming markets and just last month they expanded into the Danish market. The launch of Anna Casino employs Web API architecture to provide a high quality gaming experience. Via its CasinoEngine, the company supplies a wide range of gaming content to the casino with titles from software developers that include Microgaming, Net Entertainment, Play ‘N Go and Spigo.