Evolution teams up with Penn National Gaming in a milestone live dealer industry update
Evolution Gaming, one of the leading B2B provider of Live Casino solutions, has announced that it will be providing its gaming services to Penn National Gaming.
Penn National to Delight Players with Top-Notch Live Casino Offerings
Penn National has chosen the best provider for its Pennsylvania Live Casino launch and that’s Evolution Gaming.
These two have signed an agreement according to which Penn National will be able to use Evolution’s new live casino studio to stream live table games to its players in Pennsylvania.
Evolution’s Chief Business Development Officer for its America and Land-based division, James Stern, commented on the latest partnership:
“We very much look forward to delivering world-class Live Casino gaming for their players along with operational excellence, peace of mind and exciting revenue potential for their business.”
Evolution’s gaming studio in the Keystone State will feature more than 10 online live tables.
These will include American (Double Zero) Roulette, Infinite Blackjack and Blackjack with side bets, Baccarat, Ultimate Texas Hold’em Poker and Side Bet City, as well as Auto Roulette.
The scheduled date for the studio launch is 2020, however, more games are going to be added before then, as the studio is expected to expand preceding the launch.
Both Companies’ Growth in Focus
Pennsylvania-headquartered casino operator Penn National Gaming is one of the largest gaming companies in the US.
They operate more than 40 facilities in 19 different jurisdictions across the country and also offer social online gaming through Penn Interactive Ventures division with over five million active customers. Now they will establish their online presence even further with the latest deal with Evolution.
Earlier this year, Evolution Gaming was the first live casino provider to gain New Jersey license, as well as becoming the first live casino provider to be authorized to deliver its products in Pennsylvania.
More recently, the Swedish-based company has extended its deal with Scientific Games and also signed what it called a “major Live Casino deal” with Flutter Entertainment brands Paddy Power and Betfair.