Evolution reactivates Georgian studio operations
Live casino specialists Evolution Gaming has reopened its site in the Georgian capital of Tbilisi in a limited capacity.
This comes after previously halting operations and temporary closure, as per the government’s instructions.
Following All The Regulations
The Georgian authorities have since the outbreak of the Coronavirus, announced various precautionary measures in an attempt to slow the spread of the pandemic. The majority of businesses were ordered to temporarily close their doors and halt all commercial activities.
Initially, they ordered the closure on March 23, but have now approved the re-opening of the operations in a limited capacity.
Evolution Gaming’s Tbilisi site reopened its floor operations in a limited capacity on April 4th.
During the closure, a large part of the operations had been conducted through the company’s other studios across Europe.
More About The Georgia Studio
Evolution Gaming has launched the live dealer studio in Tbilisi, Georgia in April two years ago. This is the third major central production hub in Europe together with the studios in Malta and Riga, Latvia. In total, it’s the provider’s ninth studio worldwide.
The Tbilisi studio is their most advanced facility so far. In its first year, the studio grew to be the second largest in terms of staff numbers and size. The studio employs over 1000 people and currently hosts more English speaking tables than any other of their locations.
Tbilisi remains their fastest-growing site and is in the process of expansion. They plan on doubling the size of the office and studio space in the coming years.
Evolution Gaming develops, produces, markets and licenses fully-integrated B2B Live Casino solutions to gaming operators. Since its inception in 2006, Evolution has developed into a leading B2B provider with 200+ operators among its customers.
The group currently employs about 8,000 people in studios across Europe and in North America. The parent company is based in Sweden and listed on Nasdaq Stockholm with the ticker EVO.