After rolling-out an agreement with the games studio FunFair Games, a subsidiary of the blockchain company FunFair Technologies, EveryMatrix has improved the production of its RGS Matrix remote gaming server.
The partnership will allow FunFair Games to distribute through RGS Matrix its new multiplayer game content, with the company also distributing its current portfolio of more conventional games that were previously available to blockchain players only.
Mathias Larsson, managing director of RGS Matrix noted: “Although we’ve signed various RGS Matrix agreements to date, this one with FunFair Games stands out in its goal to introduce a new gaming vertical to the igaming sector.
“This partnership has required industry-first features to be added to our RGS technology, demonstrating our adaptability as a studio partner and our commitment to effectively delivering the best, most innovative games content to our operators.”
Created out of Isle of Man-licensed FunFair Technology, FunFair Games has outlined a vision for a new generation of gamblers to develop a genre of multiplayer games.
FunFair says that the ability of RGS Matrix to build support for multiplayer games rapidly and cost-effectively, as well as its potential for distribution, were key factors in finalising the contract.
FunFair Games’ COO, Lloyd Purser, explained: “Working in crypto for so long, we identified a clear gap in the market for specific styles of simple, yet truly engaging multiplayer igaming content, so it was a logical decision to set up the new FunFair Games brand to pioneer that.
“We scoured the aggregator market for a partner who could support our needs, and RGS Matrix’s excellent distribution and the ability to easily adapt their platform for our multiplayer games made it a clear winner.
“We’re also keen to broaden the reach of our other games brand, FunFair Technologies, pushing the considerable content portfolio we’ve developed over the years. There’s a lot more to come and we’re excited to get our first games of this partnership to market. Make sure to watch this space.”
— FunfairGames (@Funfair_Games) October 27, 2020