Evolution, one of the world's leading providers of live casino games and services, has made yet another partnership with a major operator.

Sky Betting & Gaming, a brand under the Flutter Entertainment umbrella, recently announced that a new deal was inked between the two gaming giants.

Sky Vegas, Sky Bet and Sky Bingo to Host Evolution Games

This latest expansion deal was announced by Evolution in mid-February 2023. As per the terms of the deal, Evolution live casino games will now be available on three Sky Gaming brands:

  • Sky Vegas
  • Sky Bet
  • Sky Bingo

Other Sky brands such as Soccer Saturday Super 6, Sky Sports Fantasy Football and ITV7, have not been expressly mentioned. That said, these sites do not offer live casino games in the first place, instead focusing on other forms of online gambling.

It's worth noting that this is not the first time we see Flutter Entertainment join forces with Evo. Previously, the two companies cooperated on brands such as Paddy Power and Betfair. Both of these are monumentally big names in the world of online betting, which only further hammers home the importance of these developments.

NetEnt, Red Tiger, and Other Brands

Evolution outgrew its live dealer roots quite a while ago. Easily one of the biggest companies on the game development side, the brand also encompasses well-known studios such as NetEnt and Red Tiger Gaming. These were already available on the various Sky Gaming platforms, but they'll receive a re-launch and a bigger focus on promoting Evo-backed titles.

Sky Betting & Gaming published a statement about the new agreement:

“We recognise the strong performance of Evolution’s live casino portfolio and also the sheer breadth and variety of content, which is growing all the time. Sky Vegas is proud to be the UK’s most popular online Casino and we see a great opportunity in the Live Casino market. Evolution has some stand out titles in this space, such as Crazy Time and Lightning Roulette, along with an exciting 2023 roadmap so we’re delighted to be able to put their content in front of our players”  said Managing Director Andrew Rushgrove.