Just a week after Pointbet announced he was going to release iGaming in New Jersey, an Australian game company found a partner for live table games.
On Thursday, Evolution Gaming announced that Swedish developer PointsBetbed will offer table games when it releases an online casino product in the United States.
Sebastian Johansson, Chief Commerce Officer of Evolution Gaming, said in a statement that the company will be able to offer a mix of classic games, online poker and game show games on PointBet.
PointsBet offers you an exclusive table and the possibility to brand your environment exclusively,” he said.
PointsBet has been in the U.S. as a mobile sports betting provider in Indiana, Iowa and New Jersey for two years. PointsBet also has a retail sports book in Iowa. But since we agreed to develop in Colorado, illinois and Michigan, we have a big expansion plan.
As with PointsBet, evolution in the United States is fast growing.
Two years ago, it opened its first live game studio in New Jersey. Another studio is under construction in Pennsylvania. It’s expected to be delivered throughout the year. In addition, the opening of the studio in Michigan is scheduled for next year.
In Michigan, Pointbet plans to launch the first eye game products in cooperation with the Lac Vieux Desert Public Corporation and Finance Council for 20 years. Last week, Pointbet announced that after the acquisition of Atlantic City Hotel & Casino in Bali, it will act as an eyegaming skin for the Twin River Management Group.
Pointbet said they were planning a live show in New Jersey with EyeGaming in the first half of 2021.
“We are very pleased to be able to introduce live casino technology in the United States in collaboration with Evolution Gaming. In the U.S., we plan an exclusive online casino platform, the expansion of Evolution Live Casino expands the attractiveness of PointsBet’s premium products in the rapidly growing U.S. market.”
Evolution Through Acquisition
Evolution Gaming was founded 14 years ago and has eight live gaming studios for customers offering online games around the world.
Customer lists include Draft Kings, Rush Street Interactive, Paddy Power, PokerStars, 888 and William Hill.
Two months ago, the listed company Evolution Gaming, listed on the NASDAQ Stockholmer Exchange, announced another contract for an online casino gaming company. Another Swedish casino game developer, NetEnt, intends to acquire a $2.1 billion transaction.
In addition, NetEnt is listed on the NASDAQ Stockholmer Exchange and focuses on slot games. Last year, it won the 2019 Best New Slot by Casino.Org with narcos.
Last month, CEO Martin Carlesand in an interim report from Evolution Gaming stated that the goal of the transaction was to expand the product and become a world leader.
“The expansion of Evolution’s powerful live casino offering will create a very fast market position, especially in the United States, and we believe that this is a strategic and very attractive acquisition with clear synergy effects,” he said.