We’ve managed to catch up with the two really busy guys behind MatchingVisions.com
Matching Visions is one of Europe’s fastest growing casino networks; specialising in first class service and value for both affiliates and operators.
The company was founded in early 2014 by a team of gaming and marketing professionals, with over a decade of experience in both fields. They noticed a gap in the market for a network that did things correctly. One of the main issues affecting affiliates was late payments, which is why Matching Visions have gained such a great reputation for their fast and reliable payouts. This, coupled with their constant updating of promotional materials and unbeatable value makes them an obvious choice for any serious affiliate out there.
As well as a top product, they’re also very well-known socially, hosting big events for their clients, such as the popular Champagne Wars in Malta, where they are based.
With over 85 brands available to promote, as well as 200+ affiliates running campaigns through Matching Visions, expansion is rapid. They are now looking to go global, offering campaigns from untouched countries in order to continue their rapid growth and to further cement their status as the big new players in the game.
Here goes our interview with Dennis Dyhr-Hansen and Connah Howell to get an inside scoop of this great network.
EEG: Hi guys, tell us a bit about yourselves, we want to know who Dennis and Connah really are, none of that executive intros. Where were you born? What was the reason you decided to work on MatchingVisions?
CONNAH: I was born in sunny England in a town just outside of London, called Stevenage. It’s probably most famous for being close to Luton Airport, which says a lot! I was working for Betfair in my hometown since 2007 and then decided to bite the bullet and make the move to Malta. After working for a couple of different companies here in Malta over the years, I was lucky enough to meet Dennis and start working at Matching Visions! For me it was a no-brainer, as I saw the product and knew of the guys behind it, so I was confident in taking the position and knew it was destined for big things!
DENNIS: I was born in Copenhagen and have been involved in gaming for as long as I can remember. I moved to Malta to start a white label poker site, but as we all know, the industry went the wrong way and we had to close it down. I quickly realised that I wanted to get involved in affiliation and met another experienced Dane, Mikael Strunge, who was working in Poker affiliation. We teamed up and then later merged with our parent company, Power Media Group, and we now work a lot or projects, with Matching Visions being my baby!
EEG: What was the key idea of developing the skills that got you so far in the industry? What was the idea of putting together such a business, as I know you both were successful affiliates, wouldn’t have been easier to stick with that?
CONNAH: I started working in the iGaming industry since I was legally old enough to do so, and over 8 years I’ve worked in a lot of different positions, including customer service, payments, marketing, affiliation and relationship management. Although I wasn’t involved in the inception of Matching Visions, I started working with the product almost from the beginning and saw the huge potential it had.
DENNIS: I started out in the poker industry like many others and moved to Malta in 2007 to look for opportunities. Since then, we’ve been involved in our own affiliation and marketing and saw a gap in the market to create the ultimate affiliate network, which I think we have achieved with Matching Visions.
EEG: Since Matching Visions is one of Europe’s fastest growing casino networks, was it hard to achieve this and could you maybe share a bit of insights, such as how many affiliate programs are there in the network and what is the rate of registrations per month?
DENNIS & CONNAH: Pretty much since day one, growth has been happening on a month-by-month basis. We started out with a strong pool of affiliates from the beginning, which helped us get off to a good start. We then looked at acquisition of new affiliates, which came quite easily through word of mouth, due to us doing things properly. The main issue affecting affiliates was payments and reliability, which we pounced on and made sure that were known as the network that pays on time, every time. This coupled with an unrivalled affiliate dashboard and extensive marketing materials section helped things go quickly from there. We now work with over 85 different brands and send thousands of new players every month.
EEG: We’ve found a couple of articles and event invitations online in regards to your business, such as hosting big events for your clients, popular Champagne Wars in Malta, hijacking the Nordic bar. What’s up with that? How did this idea come up?
DENNIS & CONNAH: We’re a young, ambitious and dynamic company, and we live by the old motto of work hard, play hard. When it’s time to be serious and get things done, we’re always ready. When it’s time to celebrate successes with partners and let our hair down, we’re more than ready to do this too. We think being involved in the close social circle of Malta is great for relationships and great for business. If we can throw an event with our name on it and make sure everyone has an excellent time, then why not! There’ll be a lot more events coming up from us in the near future, so keep an eye out!
DENNIS: Yes that’s how we like to do things! We had the whole company over from Denmark, so thought we’d hijack the Nordic Bar (which we own) and put our gaming and marketing professionals on the frontline of running a bar. The results were very funny indeed! We like to be involved in as much as possible and are partners in a huge gaming conference in Malta, called SiGMA, which happened for the first time last year. Over 2000 delegates attended and it was a huge success across the board, so we’re already looking forward to a bigger and better SiGMA 2015!
EEG: Even this is outrageous, one of the official partners of the biggest and best outdoor pool party in Europe this summer, Showers 2015. This is huge, are you expecting a large attendance?
DENNIS & CONNAH: Yes! This event is an excellent showcase of everything this amazing tiny island has to offer. The party in 2014 was insane and the 2015 renewal looks like it’s going to be much bigger, with thousands of partygoers drinking the day and night away. We’ll be there with a poolside table and will use this event as an opportunity to bring down some of our best partners for a few days they won’t remember, but will never forget!
EEG: Being based in Malta, I can imagine what your daily routine at the office really is, especially after you guys started to sponsor all the fun hours of the day. How would you describe your office vibe?
CONNAH: We probably have one of the best office environments in the industry. We work in an office hotel in St Julian’s, called SOHO. It’s full of like-minded people and the place is packed with entrepreneurs from all different corners of the globe. Every day is different and the hard work and fun never stops!
DENNIS: We got very lucky with our office for sure, as we knew the owners of this new office hotel project called SOHO. From the second we moved in, we knew it was just what our new company needed and wanted. After a month we moved into a bigger office and it’s been great. We probably have a more relaxed environment here in Malta, as life itself is more relaxed. Everyone in the office visits us and we do lots of out-of-work activities, which is great too!
EEG: There are a couple of huge affiliate events coming up such as the iGaming Super Show, which embeds the Amsterdam Affiliate Conference. Are you guys attending this conference? If so, will there be any treats for the affiliates?
DENNIS & CONNAH: We’ll certainly be attending the Amsterdam Affiliate Conference and always look forward to meeting up with old and potentially new friends and partners. We haven’t got anything planned yet, so we’ll just have to see what happens!
EEG: As your affiliate network continues to grow, you are possibly seeing some high incomes. Which was you largest payout since you got started?
DENNIS & CONNAH: We have some huge affiliates working with us and therefore, it’s not uncommon to see monthly figures of 30,000€ and beyond!
EEG: What is your strategy to enter new markets and which particularly are you targeting?
DENNIS & CONNAH: Expansion to other markets, especially untouched markets, is key and definitely part of our long-term plan. We’re predominately a Scandinavian casino network, but we’re slowly entering into the UK, Germany and Netherlands, plus we’re looking into countries such as France, Spain, Brazil, Czech Republic and many more. World domination is definitely on the agenda for Matching Visions!
EEG: What are the key suggestions concerning the new affiliates with new affiliate websites that are looking to get started in this venture?
DENNIS & CONNAH: It’s certainly not easy to get started with a new affiliate site, so you need to have a lot of patience and a definite game plan. Excellent, well-written and relevant content that is updated regularly is vital.
EEG: Alright, here comes the fun part…. favourite food, where would you like to travel in Eastern Europe, some part of the region maybe that you haven’t visited yet and favourite destination around the world.
CONNAH: For me, it’s got to be steak every time… you usually cannot go wrong and when it’s good, it’s too good! I’ve been to Krakow, Riga and Budapest, all of which I loved! I’d really like to explore more of Poland in the coming years as I really enjoyed my time there! My favourite destination globally would have to be the Caribbean!
DENNIS: You can’t beat your own mother’s cooking, or traditional home cooked food, especially when you live abroad! I’ve travelled most of Eastern Europe actually and I love it! My favourite place in the world has to be the Mediterranean, my second home!
EEG: Where you wouldn’t want to travel in Eastern Europe?
CONNAH: Russia and Ukraine don’t really appeal to me on paper, but I guess you can never knock a place until you’ve tried it, so let’s see!
DENNIS: Maybe Ukraine because of the intensity with Russia, but apart from that, it has always been nice to travel to Eastern Europe!
EEG: What is your opinion about EEG( Eastern European Gaming – eegaming.org)?
CONNAH: EEG is hugely popular for obvious reasons. It’s an extensive, well informed publication that is just what this industry needs. I wish you and the site all the best for the coming years!
DENNIS: You see more and more of EEG and it is really starting to gain a strong presence in the industry, so for that I have to say well done and keep it up! It’s nice to have a trusted source in Eastern Europe and we’ll definitely be using you for our entry into this territory!
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Why BLUE MIND brings calm and distruptive thinking to the gambling industry?
In the ever evolving and fast-growing gambling industry, not only C-level but all employees are overexposed to visual and mind stress, facing challenging projects in a short time, suffering the overstimulation caused by desktop screens and multiple screens. So, how to mitigate the frantic days while working in the gambling industry? BtoBet chose to have its head office in Malta not only for the favorable gambling legislation, but also for the therapeutic power of water which, when in close proximity, has been proven to transmit calm and connectivity between people, to increase innovation and insight. Living and working in Malta, surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, is undoubtedly a big plus.
Since ancient times, humans have ascribed healing and transformational properties to water. In early Rome, baths were an important part of cultural life, a place where citizens went to find relaxation and to connect with others in a calming setting. Rivers have long been seen as sacred places, and in a number of different spiritual contexts, water has symbolized rebirth, spiritual cleansing and salvation.
Today, we still turn to water for a sense of calm and clarity. Our affinity to water is even reflected in the near-universal attraction to the colour blue. The marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols believes that we all have a “blue mind”; water can heal the mind and the body, and helps to tap into a calmer and creative state of being.
In this regard, Sabrina Solda’ CMO of BtoBet expressed her vision about “blue mind”.
To discover more, read the entire blog here:
“Finding the blue mind is important to improve the quality of our lives. It brings 3 main benefits to human beings: first of all, contact with water allows us to give our brains a rest from our everyday stressing life, constantly bombarded with sensory stimuli, whether from our devices, home, office and expos. This is especially true in our hectic sportsbook and gambling industry. How many of you are feeling the same? Monitoring player’s actions, betting odds, accepting risks, fixing player’s requests, watching new gaming content, being in conferences surrounded by the sound of slots and visual overstimulation, not to mention the virtual reality games.”
She personally admitted: “When my brain definitely needs downtime, being surrounded by water gives my brain and my senses a rest from overstimulation. The sound of water is far simpler than the sound of voices or the sound of music or the sound of a city. And the visual input is simplified, too.”
Sabrina added: “Secondly, when you have that simplified, quieter ‘blue’ space, your brain is better at a different set of processes, in fact water can induce a meditative state. Though we may not be conscious of it, water could be inducing a mildly meditative state of calm focus and gentle awareness. In fact, being in a mindful state — in which the brain is relaxed but focused —the mind and body benefits include lower stress levels, relief from mild anxiety, pain and depression, improved mental clarity and focus, and better sleep quality. The third benefit of the proximity to water is that it can inspire us to be more compassionate and connected with the rest of the world around us and more creative. In the restful, contemplative state associated with observing or interacting with water, it’s common to experience feelings of awe which creates a strong connection to something beyond ourselves, to the vastness of nature. This feeling of awe can increase our capacity for connection and empathy.”
Sabrina also underlined:
“If you are not as lucky as I am, that I chose and managed to live and work by the sea, do not despair! Also hopping in the shower can be a great way to trigger ideas when our brains are in a creative rut. In our always-busy, screen-saturated lives, we don’t give our minds much of a chance to rest and wander freely. We need to activate a default network to let the best insights and ideas come up instead of leaving them stuck while sitting at our computers, desperately searching for the solution. Unquestionably, since I have been living in Malta, my BLUE MIND DEVELOPED, quickly and constantly.”
Commenting on her decision to live in Malta, she concluded:
“Walking by the sea to go to BtoBet headquarters every morning, and contemplating the blue colour of the magnificent Mediterranean Sea, brings me the “Eureka” moment — the insight or solution “feels like it drops out of the sea and into my head.”
BtoBet is a pioneer in new technologies for iGaming operators and the betting industry by using technological intelligence as its main base for its products. It offers unique, customisable, secure and flexible cloud based systems delivering unprecedented capabilities to drive sportsbook and iGaming business. BtoBet has offices in Macedonia, Italy and Malta. The Technical team of the company is in Skopie and has an ever-growing team of developers. BtoBet’s dynamic Sportsbook team operates from Rome, whilst Malta hosts the commercial and marketing centre.
Ebbe Groes: Interview for EEGaming
EEGaming: First, let me thank you for doing this interview. It means a lot to have such a highly ranked professional’s interview among our list of persons we have interviewed during our period of existence. I know the year is not over yet, however looking back at 2016, what were the key developments for you and EveryMatrix?
Ebbe Groes: You’re most welcome, I am happy to respond to your questions and to be able to reflect upon our company’s evolution.
From a commercial point of view, from the start of the year our number of clients grew by more than 30 new and established operators, which is a sign that we can serve large operators on the market with the same success.
We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to re-write all our main products; the sports, casino and payments solutions are almost ready to showcase and some of the new modules are already live. Rewriting a large complex application is very time-consuming and can be a bit frustrating at times since you have to maintain the old application as well. 2016 was a year like that, but we’re now close to completion, gearing up sales and seeing the results starting to appear commercially as well. I’m a firm believer in continuous re-investment into software and pretty proud of where we’re going at the moment.
Some early results? Well, our sportsbook solution is now able to deliver more than 25,000 live events per month. Our casino product has kept its top position in the industry as the best casino platform with 4,000 games and constantly new features added.
2016 also brought the biggest brand yet signed by EveryMatrix, one I hope to announce before ICE. But stay tuned! We’ve expanded our sales team, both with product specialists within casino and sports, and with a new Commercial Director. We made great efforts to bring account managers closer to sales team members and make sure things move faster for our clients.
EEGaming: Are the current laws and regulations which have been implemented and somehow forced on software providers helping business or are they slowing it down?
Ebbe Groes: First thing to notice is that legislations differ quite a lot, both in terms of financial and technical requirements. There’s an obvious and legitimate desire to create tax revenues from our sector which we should respect – along with desires to improve players’ protection. So overall we welcome this development. It will overall help grow the market and ensure a level playing field.
I am also happy and appreciative for some of the technical requirements imposed upon us from various regulators as they can serve to reduce fraud, chargebacks and other maladies of our industry.
This doesn’t mean that things can’t be improved and my largest concerns would be the failure to properly protect license holders against competition from non-licensed providers and the occasional countries putting up massive back taxes or entry fees, essentially pushing some companies towards remaining in the grey zone.
EEGaming: A company of the size of EveryMatrix can’t stand still for too long, it must bring new technology and innovations. What are the little secrets that help EveryMatrix in innovating yet again?
Ebbe Groes: It’s not only that we can’t stand still for too long, but we cannot afford to do that.
In the online gaming industry change is constant and every major player is aware that technology and innovation are necessary elements for any company that wants to advance.
Our approach to technological innovation has been influenced by our clients’ demands and requirements, so using the latest technology in bringing the best products into the market comes as a natural element in delivering better services for players.
So, that would be our little secret: Listen to your clients and recognize the great suggestions that will help proper further growth. This way, the right kind of demanding client can help you for years to come and one should actively seek such clients, even at the expense of others that might bring higher revenues in the short term.
While big parts of our product development are fueled by visionary product developers in EveryMatrix, I can point to a couple of areas from our last couple of years that would not have been nearly as good without demanding and knowledgeable clients.
One is the huge role of API driven development. We’re today probably the most advanced provider in the world when it comes to what you can build yourself around an EveryMatrix solution. We can split up the products and modules allowing clients to add, in-house or from others, exactly what they need, typically around user experience with front end and CRM as the key areas.
The other is our Asian-focused agent management system, which keeps being improved at a quite impressive speed on the back of client requests.
EEGaming: Are there any standards that you follow in order to access new markets?
Ebbe Groes: In general, we’re blessed with being quite flexible in our approach, being privately held, able to invest when we wish without having to keep to certain profit targets, and owned by management.
When it comes to new markets, be it in terms of products or geographies, we seek to only enter when we believe that we can make a difference and be a key player. This is one reason we’re not targeting Africa and the Americas in 2016 and probably 2017 as well. Doing Europe and Asia is quite sufficient. Each area comes with its own demands and we can’t be the best everywhere, yet.
EEGaming: What about expansion? There is definitely a plan for that, but tell us, what are the important steps and what are the things that need to be avoided?
Ebbe Groes: We’ve by and large grown organically. Fast but without (large) mergers and acquisitions. This gives a quite harmonious organization, a staff that I’m proud of working with and whom I truly feel buy into our company’s vision and goals.
Still, as we’ve grown it’s become harder to maintain the entrepreneurial spirit of the past. Key people don’t scale, including myself and my co-founder Stian Hornsletten, and that forces more thinking into organization. Of course, hiring smartly into middle management is one way but we believe it is not enough.
In 2016 we took the quite radical decision to aim for splitting up our company in virtual sub-companies, each with their own management team. So, a CEO, CTO, COO, head of sales, account manager, support for our sports product, OddsMatrix. This management team can focus fully on their product, technically, operationally, commercially, aiming to make it – stand alone – the best it can be, taking control and competing against the best in the business. We did the same for Casino, for Payments and the other solutions.
It’s still early, but overall I feel it was a move that is paying off handsomely – and will do so even more as we progress and gain experience with this. I think the only other alternative would have been to give up some of the business areas and focus purely on one or two products, as for instance Evolution and Kambi are doing.
I believe this split into verticals is what will allow us to yet again double and re-double our size, both in terms of revenues and even to handle well the continuous growth of staff.
EEGaming: Do you have any products that will soon be released?
Ebbe Groes: We have more than one, I’m happy to say. But if I should mention our biggest investment, biggest gamble even, it’s our new payments company MoneyMatrix.
MoneyMatrix is a brand-new payment processing platform that encompasses new technologies and security protocols to keep customer financial details safe. The new payment solution is PCI DSS Level 1 Compliant, including full control of transactions, better risk management and detailed reporting. It’s built upon a combination of our own experience and that of the highly competent people we brought on board for this. MoneyMatrix will hold a payment service provider licence from the Malta Financial Service Authority which allows us to contract for payments alone large clients within and outside the gaming industry, fully detached technically and commercially from our platform, sports, and casino business. It’s a strong team, a remarkable product and I personally can’t wait for the ICE 2017 unveiling!
EEGaming: How’s the feedback regarding the current products?
Ebbe Groes: Feedback for a software company can be measured in signed deals and volumes going through the platform. With that measuring stick, we are happy. I like our industry for many reasons. One of them is that there’s a quite good correlation between quality and success. Hype doesn’t last for too long, the actors are too smart, too well-informed for that.
But hey, industry appreciation is nice too. So, we’re glad to notice a series of positive signals from the industry, such as securing White Label Partner of the Year at the EGR B2B Awards 2016 in London and “Best Sports betting software provider based on Open Business Relationship” and “Best casino software provider based on Open Business Relationship” awards at CEEGC 2016 in Budapest.
EEGaming: If you could choose one celebrity to promote any of your products, who would you choose and why?
Ebbe Groes: Denise Coates, the Bet365 founder and chief exec, whom I respect immensely for the product, company, and results. EveryMatrix is a B2B company and I can’t think of anyone whose endorsement would carry more weight with decision makers in our industry. So, go home Messi and Murray, and give me Denis Coates for my celeb promoter!
Interview with Shona ODonnell
Since we keep getting newer audiences that don’t exactly know what the Berlin Affiliate Conference is about, we would like to ask you, who is this conference addressed to?
Shona ODonnell: Berlin Affiliate Conference (BAC2016) is the biggest autumn event for affiliates and introducing brokers in the online gambling and retail finance sectors. It is a great opportunity to meet with the industry, find out what is happening, learn new skills, develop new business relationships, expanded existing relationships and of course have a fun doing this as you meet with affiliates, operators and suppliers in this exciting and dynamic industry.
If you are an affiliate or an operator in this market you simply cannot afford to miss this event.
In 2015 you’ve moved from Barcelona to Berlin. What has changed in this period of time and what was the outcome of this move?
Shona ODonnell: Our move to Berlin was hugely positive and well received by the industry as a whole. The move was based on industry feedback that people wanted to go to a new city, you spoke and we listened. BAC 2015 was the biggest event we have ever hosted in the autumn and we expect it to be eclipsed this year as we see figures on registrations up 10% YoY.
What will 2016 edition offer us?
Shona ODonnell: An even bigger version of 2015! We have now outgrown the hall so we’ve had to be very creative with the space we have. We are just in the final stages of confirming our party venues and we ‘ll be announcing some exciting sponsors in the next week or two so keep your eyes on the BAC website.
We also have a number of new speakers that we haven’t seen at events before as we really want to offer our delegates something valuable to take home and apply to the businesses they work in.
Suppose I’m just a simple affiliate that wants to join this conference. How do I get in and what can I find inside?
Shona ODonnell: It’s really easy and it’s free for affiliates and introducing brokers, just register at http://www.igbaffiliate.com/events/berlinaffiliateconference/registration and we will confirm your affiliate status and send you your eticket via email. We make a promise that our iGB Affiliate events are free for affiliates and they only way we can do this is by checking each and every registration, so please understand if we ask you for a some more information to let you attend the event for free.
Once inside you’ll find all of the leading operators in the space, two conference rooms, two free bars (15.00-18.00), lots of activities happening on the different stands and lots of great give aways. If it’s your first time attending, do let us know and we’ll do the best to help you meet the right people as we know it can be overwhelming. It’s also really helpful to use the event app to booking the conference sessions you want to see and to book in those all-important meetings.
What can you tell us about the sponsors of this conference?
Shona ODonnell: We are delighted to welcome back our premium sponsors William Hill, 888.com, EGO.com and iAffiliates. In addition to this we have Buffalo Partners providing the free lunch for our delegates and we are very happy to welcome Media Skunk as our thought leader. Registration is sponsored by TipBet, NetHive are sponsoring the bar and WPN are back as welcome drinks sponsors to get things kicked off. We are extremely grateful to all of our amazing sponsors and exhibitors, of whom there are too many to mention here, we simply couldn’t do it without them.
What is the main subject that will dominate this year’s conference and why do you think it’s important?
Shona ODonnell: The conference has two central themes. We open on day one with a look at the German market and what has happened there in the last 12 months since we last visited. Then we have a focus on SEO as we know this is one of the most popular topics. I am very excited that we have Bastian Grimm speaking, he is an incredible SEO. In each session we will focus on one area of learning so that it provides practical solutions that will have a real impact. On day two we have a really interesting selection of presentations and panels all focused on innovation. I think it will provide real food for thought. In particular we have a dragons den session where new innovations will be showcases and questioned by both the moderator and the audience.
Any thoughts about the next year’s conference? Or better yet, where do you hope to get until next year’s conference?
Shona ODonnell: For next year’s event we are working on the space as the hall we are currently using is too small! So we are looking at where BAC can fit in 2017. But before that we have LAC which is our biggest event by far and this year promises to be very, very exciting indeed. LAC will be taking place in February and we expect it to grow significantly and provide even more business opportunities than ever before.
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