Live casino specialists Evolution Gaming has linked-up with international gaming supplier and operator Intralot to provide its services to a multitude of global markets.
Boasting a local presence in 44 regulated jurisdictions worldwide, the partnership “will leverage state-of-the-art technology and unified player experience” in an attempt to accelerate digital transformation for gaming operators and offer a responsible gaming entertainment for players.
Sebastian Johannisson, chief commercial officer at Evolution, noted: “We are delighted and honoured to partner with Intralot, a leading player in the gaming world.”
The Evolution-powered live casino services are planned to be introduced in several existing and new operations of Intralot, with a view to debuting the firm’s entire suite, including its growing range of game show titles, such as Crazy Time, Mega Ball and Lightning Roulette.
Nikos Nikolakopoulos, executive VP and group CCO at Intralot, commented: “We have always been committed to building a robust set of strategic partners to deliver an outstanding experience to our customers.
“Evolution Gaming is a trusted member of our third-party ecosystem and we are looking forward to rolling out this partnership on many online markets worldwide.”
Last week Evolution Gaming said moves to acquire online casino content developer NetEnt will represent an acceleration of its ongoing ambition to become the global B2B igaming provider.
Providing the update in its latest financial report, a series of increases were reported despite challenges posed during “an intense first half of the year” that has been severely impacted by COVID-19.
Making its NetEnt move last month, the proposed transaction sees the firm offer 0.1306 shares for each share in NetEnt, valuing each at SEK 79.93 and all shares in the firm to approximately SEK 19.6bn.
Evolution has stated that it will not increase the offer, with an acceptance period to commence on August 17, 2020 and expire on or around October 26, 2020.