iGaming software solutions supplier EveryMatrix has been granted World Lottery Association Security Control Standard 2020 (WLA-SCS:2020) Level 2 certification, with the company noting it is “one of only a select few B2B technology providers to receive this distinction.”
EveryMatrix highlights that WLA-SCS Level 2 represents the most complete and comprehensive certification standard for lottery and sports betting operators and their suppliers. This achievement follows a rigorous audit carried out by gaming testing lab GLI, which EveryMatrix successfully passed.
The certification standard features 21 controls for lottery technology suppliers, incorporating the use of cloud hosting for lottery gaming systems, as well as controls for privacy and application security. The company notes that as part of the certification audit, EveryMatrix’s platforms for iLottery, sports betting and iGaming were assessed, and no non-conformities were found.
🤩 We have successfully obtained the World Lottery Association Security Control Standard 2020 (WLA-SCS:2020) Level 2 certification, becoming one of only a select few B2B technology providers to receive this distinction.
— EveryMatrix (@EveryMatrix) June 6, 2023
Ebbe Groes, CEO of EveryMatrix, said: “Security is a top priority for EveryMatrix and achieving compliance with this rigorous standard is proof positive of our commitment to our existing and future WLA customers.”
In addition to WLA-SCS Level 2, EveryMatrix is ISO 27001 and ISO 20000 certified. The company notes that the three certifications are a testament to its capabilities as a technology supplier, as well as its “steadfast commitment to security, quality, reliability, and customer service across all facets of its business.”
EveryMatrix has won several World Lottery Association (WLA) and European Lotteries (EL) agreements in the last few years including Norsk Tipping (Norway), OPAP (Greece), National Lottery (Malta), Veikkaus (Finland) and most recently with Hungarian gaming and lottery operator Szerencsejáték, one of the largest contracts in its 15-year history.