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News Online 28 Jun 2022
Evolution live casino offering goes live in West Virginia
By Peter Lynch
Evolution has gone live with its online live casino offering for operators in West Virginia.
The first live dealer games for West Virginia’s online players include Live Roulette, Lightning Roulette, Blackjack, Infinite Blackjack, Three Card Poker and Ultimate Texas Hold’em. All of the games are streamed live from the company’s studio in Pennsylvania.
“We are so happy to bring our live dealer games to players in West Virginia,” said Evolution Commercial Director North America Jeff Millar. “We are sure online players will absolutely love what they see and the experience of playing live at the tables, just as they would in a real land-based casino.
“Players in West Virginia have had access to our extensive slots offering from our group brand NetEnt for some time. Now our live offering adds even more choice and, of course, a new dimension of excitement as online players bet in real-time, with real dealers and alongside fellow online players.”
Evolution opened its first US live casino studio in New Jersey in August 2018, followed by studios in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and shortly Connecticut. West Virginia has now become the fourth state in which the company is operating live casino in, while the group has been operating its slot portfolio in the market since September 2020.
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