Mahjong Logic Announces Licensing Partnership with EveryMatrix
Stockholm, Sweden – October 18th, 2010 (www.mahjonglogic.com) – Mahjong Logic, Ltd., the leading peer to peer online mahjong software provider worldwide has just announced the signing of a new licensing agreement with EveryMatrix. The growth of mahjong worldwide continues to make progress and this new relationship illustrates the need for specialized providers such as Mahjong Logic. The momentum continues to grow as this deal comes as a follow up to recent agreements with other leading gaming operators interested in mahjong.
“2010 has been a banner year for Mahjong Logic and our new deal with EveryMatrix reaffirms not only the potential of mahjong but the fact that the game is a true force worldwide.” said Jonas Alm, Mahjong Logic CEO. “EveryMatrix truly is a worldwide leader in providing selected online games to their clients and we are honored to be selected as part of their portfolio offering. This deal gives us instant access to over twenty-five worldwide gaming operators already being serviced by EveryMatrix.”
Operators today are seeking to have a one-stop solution which includes new established and popular games such as mahjong. Some believe mahjong is the most played gambling game in the world and many are now becoming more and more comfortable playing the game online. With an estimated 700 million player base many just believe it is a matter of time before the explosive growth rivals that of poker.
“EveryMatix is excited to bring our customer base worldwide the game of mahjong,” said Stian Hornsletten, CEO of EveryMatrix. “The software integrates with our system with ease and will be part of the turnkey white label solution WonderMatrix. Mahjong Logic is the leader for online mahjong and will enable us to continue offering the very best in service offerings along with growth opportunities in regions such as Asia.”
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