Evolution Inks Deal with Caesars Digital in Pennsylvania
The new deal will introduce Evolution’s innovative online slots and live casino content to players at Tropicana Online Casino and Caesars Sportsbook & Casino in Pennsylvania.
The Live Dealer Games to Be Streamed Live from Evolution’s Studios
The company that has partnered with more state-of-the-art operators than any other provider in the industry will fuel Tropicana and Caesars’ players with its high-quality online slots from NetEnt and Red Tiger which it successfully acquired in 2020. Last July, Evolution also announced it acquired Nolimit City for an initial sum of €200 million ($210 million).
Evolution will also provide its premium live dealer entertainment solutions through advanced live streaming from the provider’s premium studios.
Among the games that will become available at Tropicana and Caesars Sportsbook & Casino, we can mention classic Blackjack games, Infinite Blackjack, American Roulette, European Roulette, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, Craps, Three Card Poker, and Baccarat.
Toward the end of the year, Evolution will also launch the much-anticipated First Person games. These represent premium 3D animated versions of their live games based on Random Number Generators. Their launch is also a component of the recently signed agreement between Evolution and Caesars Digital.
The company that leads the way in Business-to-Business online casino services delivered to its customers’ players using different channels and devices has used the voice of its chief commercial officer Jeff Millar to discuss the partnership. Millar expressed their delight “to be helping Caesars Digital expand their reach in Pennsylvania and to be part of this exciting journey.”
He also spoke about the close collaboration between the two parties and the fact that they were proud of turning into their provider of live casino content, guaranteeing they will enjoy “the best games at their disposal for their players.”
Millar also explained that the company wishes to become the world-leading provider of online casinos and was looking forward to continuing the collaboration and witnessing fresh developments as a result of the most recent expansion decision. Earlier in May, Evolution also announced that it expanded its partnership with Galaxy Gaming by a decade.
At the same time, Caesars Digital’s senior vice president of iGaming, Matthew Sunderland, called the agreement with Evolution one that “brings additional cutting-edge games” to their platforms.
Matthew added that Evolution’s extensive list of live dealer and First Person options were at the forefront of the gaming industry, providing their own customers with the chance to experiment with excellent live dealer experiences from the comfort of their own homes.
At the start of May, Caesars Entertainment announced its plans to extend its digital presence through the launch of a standalone iCasino app later in the year.