Thursday, September 29, 2022

Evolution launches fourth US casino studio in Connecticut

Evolution has launched its latest live casino studio in Connecticut, its fourth in the US market.  

The company says its new studio has been produced to serve the growing regulated iGaming market in the US. 

The supplier will offer its B2B live casino solution to operators in Connecticut, a service it has provided in the US since October 2021. 

Existing Evolution clients FanDuel and DraftKings have already gone live in Connecticut on day one of the supplier’s launch (18 July 2022). 

Both operating giants will initially offer Evolution’s live dealer roulette and blackjack games to customers in the Constitution State.  

Aside from roulette and blackjack, a series of other game types will join Evolution’s Connecticut offering later this year, including baccarat and lighting roulette. 

Evolution’s Commerical Director of North America, Jeff Millar, said: “Evolution is proud and excited to further expand its North American footprint and to once again help operators be first into a new online market. 

“We are confident that online players in Connecticut, just like players in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan and West Virginia before them, will enjoy a truly world-class gaming experience.” 

Millar added: “We look forward to many exciting years working in partnership with our operators to bring players the most innovative online gaming and entertainment solutions and even greater choice.  

“Our studio offers plenty of headroom for this exciting market. There’s room to expand to meet licensees’ needs, and also room to operate dedicated, exclusively branded tables and environments, which are very popular with both our operators.” 

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