Betway

Evolution has continued to roll-out across the US, as the live casino content provider strikes an alliance with the Super Group owned sports betting and online casino operator Betway.

This will see the brand gain Evolution’s online live casino and first person RNG-based casino games in the US states of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Betway, a long-standing customer of the Evolution group, entered the US market through an exclusive brand licensing agreement with Digital Gaming Corporation.

Anthony Werkman, Betway CEO, explained: “Through our new US sports sponsorship deals the Betway brand will be seen courtside and rinkside in some of the biggest arenas in North America. 

“Betway customers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania will be able to enjoy playing our world-class, Evolution-powered online casino games in their homes and while on the move. 

“Having worked with Evolution for many years, we are confident that players in New Jersey and Pennsylvania will be very excited indeed by our US-focused online games offered in a fair, safe, secure and responsible environment.”

This extended collaboration follows a prior agreement inked between the operator and Evolution’s NetEnt brand, which saw Betway integrate the supplier slots suite across both aforementioned states.

Under the terms of this agreement, Evolution’s online live casino games and first person RNG-casino games will be made available to Betway players on desktop, tablet and smartphone in the Garden and Keystone States. 

This covers a “wide range of classic casino games” which will be offered live and online, including roulette, blackjack, baccarat and numerous poker variants.

Jeff Millar, Evolution’s commercial director for North America, commented: “Our US rollout continues at pace and, once again, we are delighted to be working with a brand with which we have already built an extremely strong and close relationship in other markets. 

“We very much look forward to helping Betway achieve major success in these first two states, and in other states in the future.”