US iGaming expansion

EveryMatrix adds former DraftKings exec Greg Ivry to Miami office

Greg Ivry, Business Development Manager Sports for EveryMatrix.
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iGaming provider EveryMatrix on Thursday announced the appointment of Greg Ivry as Business Development Manager in the company’s Miami office. Bringing a wealth of expertise from reputable iGaming brands, including DraftKings, he will focus on generating platform, sports and casino opportunities in the region, and report to Erik Nyman, President EveryMatrix Americas.

Ivry has a significant background in sports betting, technology, and e-commerce. He is a commercial leader with in-depth knowledge of the sports sector. With 15 years of experience, Ivry has previously been with DraftKings as a Senior Director of Business Development, and worked at StubHub for ten years in various development-oriented roles.

EveryMatrix is assembling a team for its Miami office, as it seeks to extend its reach and strengthen its presence in the constantly evolving U.S. iGaming market.

Nyman stated: “I am excited to have Greg joining EveryMatrix. He will bring many years of experience in areas and regions that will generate new exciting opportunities for our company. I believe that together we will accelerate our growth and further establish EveryMatrix as the leading technology provider of iGaming in the U.S. and beyond.”

Ivry commented: “I am thrilled to join EveryMatrix! There is a huge opportunity to grow the U.S. sports business via traditional and creative partnerships, which is very energizing. The strong EveryMatrix culture already permeated the U.S. office in Miami, and I am excited to bring my business development experience to the accomplished and growing team.”

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