Lady Luck Games now live with 86 Tier one operators!

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Swedish studio Lady Luck Games is now live with 86 of the worl’s leading casino operators after completing a string of launches via EveryMatrix.

The provider integrated with the RGSMatrix game server last month, allowing them to feature on some of the industry’s leading brands, including the Betsson group, Comeon, Hero Gaming, Videoslots, and Casumo.

All of the studio’s slots, including Total Summer BlissMr AlchemisterLucky Mr. WildWeight of the Gun and Ruler of Egypt, are now available to players, with others in Sweden and Denmark set to join them shortly.

Eight aggregators will also have access to the games, with players in over 11 leading jurisdictions, as well as those in markets regulated by the Malta Gaming Association, set to benefit from this fresh content.

Lady Luck Games co-founder and CEO Mads Jorgensen said: “Going live on RGSMatrix has allowed us to integrate with a host of new clients in multiple markets and we are expecting good revenues, with more to come in Sweden and Denmark. It is undoubtedly a game-changer.

“Having a company of its standing and experience in our corner is a real help and we are super excited about so many new players trying out our slots for the first time.

Ebbe Groes Group CEO of EveryMatrix, said: “Lady Luck Games produce high quality content and have what it takes to make it big in this industry. Being in on the ground floor as an investor and now as a distributor is really important for us and we’re looking forward to seeing the results.”

EveryMatrix invested in the Stockholm-based Lady Luck Games, which launched in 2019, earlier this year after their titles began attracting the attention of both operators and players.

Zoltan Tundik

After starting out as an affiliate in 2009 and developing some recognized review portals, I have moved deeper into journalism and media. My experience has lead me to move into the B2B sector and write about compliance updates and report around the happenings of the online and land based gaming sector.

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