Evolution has stressed delight at continuing to build a “very strong relationship” with Penn Interactive, after launching a custom, dedicated live online casino studio in New Jersey for the Penn National Gaming subsidiary.
The development of the studio is the latest expansion of Evolution services for Penn Interactive’s Barstool brand across the regulated US gambling market.
This follows the debut of Barstool live casino services from Evolution’s studios in Michigan, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Jon Kaplowitz, head of Penn Interactive, commented: “The combination of Evolution’s great team and proven ability to deliver the widest range of quality online casino products quickly to market makes them an ideal partner for Penn Interactive.
“We are especially excited about the development of the custom Barstool-branded studio, which allows us to further utilise the broad array of media talent at Barstool Sports and provide our customers with yet another differentiated gaming experience.”
Furthermore, in addition to this latest project, online slot games from Evolution’s NetEnt brand are live on Barstool Sportsbook & Casino in Michigan, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, with a West Virginia launch planned for later this year, pending all regulatory approvals.
Red Tiger slots, another Evolution brand offering, are also lined up for a fourth quarter launch in Michigan, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Jeff Millar, commercial director in North America at Evolution, added: “We are delighted to continue to build on our very strong relationship with Penn Interactive.
“We have worked together to create a bespoke dedicated live casino studio, completely customised to Barstool’s brand and look-and-feel. We very much look forward to rolling out our industry-leading mix of live games and slots to Penn players in further states.”
This comes after Evolution continued its US roll-out earlier in the week alongside the Super Group owned sports betting and online casino operator Betway.
This will see the brand gain the provider’s online live casino and first person RNG-based casino games in the Garden and Keystone states.