On the same day that bet-at-home announced that it will replace its existing proprietary platform with EveryMatrix’s tech stack, the Frankfurt-listed operator also said that as a result it will cut up to 45 jobs.

Marco Falchetto, CEO of bet-at-home, said in the press release:

bet-at-home is a very strong, even household brand with 20+ years of experience. Selecting EveryMatrix as our platform provider will further allow us to keep providing the best service to our 5.5 million registered players while enhancing our operations in key markets.
From iGaming Business:

The operator currently employs 168 members of staff, though a significant number of these workers could lose their job as Bet-at-home reduces internal expenses by switching to the EveryMatrix platform.

For its 2022 financial year, Bet-at-home said it does not expect a positive effect on earnings due to the outsourcing. However, from the 2023 financial year onwards, the board expects an annual improvement in group earnings before interest and tax of between €6.0m and €8.0m as a result of the outsourcing.
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