Live casino specialists Evolution Gaming has added further depth to its European footprint after partnering with Grand Casino Luzern Group’s in the regulated Swiss gambling market

The latest partnership, which follows the firm reasserting a previously stated ambition of growing faster than the continents entire sector, see Evolution’s live casino titles becomes available to’s customers.

Wolfgang Bliem, Grand Casino Luzern CEO, said of the partnership: “The ‘good reputation’ of operators’ online partners is a critical part of our country’s new gambling regulations. It was clear to us that Evolution Gaming has an exemplary track record and reputation in regulated markets globally. In that regard, and of course with regard to the quality of their live casino solutions, Evolution was the perfect partner for”

As a result of the deal Grand Casino Luzern’s online service now allows remote customers to access the company’s live dealer games, including exclusive game show titles such as lightning dice, dream catcher and football studio, as well as roulette and baccarat across smartphones, tablets and desktops.

Sebastian Johannisson, chief commercial officer at Evolution, added: “We are delighted to be working with such a special and historic casino. is amongst the first concessioned Swiss online casinos to offer a world-class, fully compliant live casino service to Swiss players. We are confident that our wide range of outstanding live casino games will be the perfect addition to’s offering.”

Last week, Evolution is eyeing continued positive development in the United States, as the firm also aims to continue an “eternal ambition” of widening the gap to competitors throughout 2020.

Lauding continued expansion in North America, the signing of several new customers, including Flutter Entertainment with brands Paddy Power and Betfair, Parx Casino and Penn National Gaming, as well as good leverage from investments, the firm reports yet further growth for 2019’s final quarter and full year.

Operating revenue for Q4 saw a 51 per cent year-on-year jump from €70.2m to €106m, which helped push full-year figures to €365.7m, representing a 49 per cent increase from €245.4m.