A pair of partnerships have been unveiled by Evolution, with the live casino services provider rolling-out alliances with the Canadian Bank Note Company and the Alberta Gaming, Liquor & Cannabis.
The latter will see the AGLC go live with an initial six live dealer games from Evolution, including Roulette, Infinite Blackjack, Baccarat and Ultimate Texas Hold’em, with plans in place for a further rollout in the months ahead.
The Evolution live games are available to play, on desktop, tablet and smartphone, on AGLC’s PlayAlberta.ca website, the regulated, online gambling website available to Albertans over the age of 18 and physically located within the province’s borders.
Jeff Millar, commercial director at Evolution, stated: “The launch of AGLC is another proud moment for Evolution in the roll-out of our services in Canada.
“We are committed to delivering enhanced online gaming choice and entertainment for Albertans in the most exciting way possible with our world-leading games portfolio.”
Furthermore, the company has also been selected by CBN to deliver online live casino services as part of a major enhancement programme to national lotteries run or supported by CBN worldwide.
CBN updates that it is taking the lotteries it operates or supports online, and will feature Evolution’s live suite as part of the new digital offering in each jurisdiction subject to local regulations.
Each of the CBN lottery countries will be able to choose from the full portfolio of live games from Evolution’s line-up, including titles such as Crazy Time, Mega Ball and Lightning Roulette from its game shows category, as well as first person RNG-based games.
Craig Bascombe, president of lottery systems and CFO at CBN, said of the agreement: “We are really pleased to be working with the market leader in live casino. Given Evolution’s track record in Europe and North America, and also their solutions for the Canadian lotteries, they were the obvious partner for this project.
“We feel sure that Evolution’s rich and varied mixed of online casino and entertainment-style games will be very popular indeed with our many millions of lottery players.”