Published By Mia Gardner : 17 Aug 2020 | Last Updated: 30 Dec 2020
The Australian-based operator issued the official announcement regarding its upcoming new partnership with the Swedish specialist live casino games developer on Thursday last week. According to the information provided, Evolution Gaming will be the official live table games supplier to PointsBet’s New Jersey-focused online casino brand. Evolution Gaming has also in the interim confirmed the latest brand-association partnership initiative as done and dusted.
Evolution Gaming will, according to chief commercial officer Sebastian Johannisson, provide to PointsBet an arrangement of live casino games consisting of “game show” games, which type of games are the brand’s speciality, a selection of online Poker games, and a decent variety of classic live casino table games.
PointsBet will be at liberty to choose which of Evolution Gaming’s table games and environments to offer to its own New Jersey-based player audience, Johannisson confirmed. Whatever it is that they require in terms of live table games and other forms of real money, live streaming entertainment, Evolution Gaming will be happy to supply those games, explained the COO.
The brand has enjoyed a long and expansive presence in the US, having been present in the booming market for at least 2 years as a mobile sports betting provider and supplier. The company enjoys a sportsbook presence in Iowa, Indiana, and New Jersey. In addition to this, they also operate a retail (in-person) sportsbook in Iowa – and have even more plans to roll out similar casino products and offerings in Michigan, Colorado, and Illinois.
Evolution Gaming is fast becoming a US force growing only stronger and more prominent each year. The brand is currently experiencing massive US expansion and success and are reaching an even bigger audience than ever with their incredible real time streaming offerings.
The live casino games specialist opened its first New Jersey-based studio roughly two years ago. It is currently in the process of constructing a second US-based studio in Pennsylvania, with a third expected to open in Michigan state sometime next year.
PointsBet has said that it expects its new iGaming brand to go live in the Garden State by no later than the first half of next year, and stakeholders and players are equally excited.