EveryMatrix’ launch of its ReactCasino website this week represents an important milestone in the company’s development in terms of the supporting architecture.
The website utilises new front-end technology, a product of EveryMatrix’ past investment and development focused on the delivery of faster content to gaming websites.
The modular and customisable gaming framework has a responsive mobile-first approach whose infrastructure greatly reduces loading times and does not require operators have separate versions for the mobile and desktop channels, the company said.
A new Content Management System (CMS) offers capability in displaying and modifying content using different criteria such as the user’s language, IPs, registered country, gender, balance statement or betting history.
Modern publishing tools enable save, publish and editing of any gaming content from the website, options to view previous changes, compare and rollback at any moment.
Ebbe Groes, EveryMatrix CEO, said:
“The new gaming website’s supporting architecture can be rather considered as a web application and less as a traditional site. We are talking about a seamless performance which directly affects the speed and quality of the overall gaming experience. In the end, players have faster access to games and that makes all the difference.”
“We are keen to bring to our clients the new front-end, and we are sure our new features will respond to their technical and commercial requirements.”