Craps, one of the standards of live casino play, has been added to Evolution’s portfolio of online casino games. Evolution’s version of the dice game is graphically set in an underground, speakeasy-style studio, but while the feel is old-school, everything else is 21st century, according to a news release. Technologically, Evolution was able to include features not available in bricks-and-mortar environments to make the game easier to understand both for new players and for those with some experience. Craps is often perceived to be the most complicated of casino games for many gamblers and for that reason, many shy away.
Evolution Gaming, based in Sweden, develops and produces business-to-business Live Casino solutions to gaming operators. Evolution is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm with the ticker EVO.
Evolution is also adding to its list of First Person games by launching a RNG variant of Craps. Like all of Evolution’s First Person games, it includes the “go live” button, which transports players through an in-game portal to the live version of the game, the release said.
After Craps Evolution is Expanding its US Reach
On Tuesday, Evolution announced the launch of Live Casino games online for Caesars Casino & Sportsbook Pennsylvania in partnership with Caesars Entertainment. The games will first be available to Caesars’ customers in Pennsylvania, with New Jersey to follow.
BetMGM on Monday announced the launch of a new Live Casino offering in New Jersey in partnership with Evolution.
Evolution also announced recent deals with FanDuel (Nov. 4), Rush Street Interactive (Oct. 21), Wynn (Oct. 16) and William Hill (Oct. 7).
Last week, FanDuel and Evolution announced a deal that will allow FanDuel to expand its Live Casino offering in the U.S. market. Evolution Live Casino games will be added to FanDuel’s existing casino offerings, initially from Evolution’s studio in Philadelphia.
On Oct. 21, Rush Street, operator of BetRivers and PlaySugarHouse.com, announced it will launch a Live Dealer Casino in Pennsylvania powered by Evolution.
On Oct. 16, Evolution announced an agreement to partner with Wynn Sports Interactive, with Wynn offering Evolution’s live games initially in New Jersey.
Evolution’s deal with William Hill will allow for Live Casino content across the U.S. market.