Live dealer online casino specialists Evolution Gaming have made their first foray into the Republic of Georgia’s online gambling market.
Evolution recently inked a deal to provide leading Georgian operator Adjarabet with a full suite of live dealer casino table games. Adjarabet’s punters can now enjoy Evolution’s generic shared tables – including live roulette, blackjack, baccarat, casino hold’em and three-card poker, as well as Immersive Roulette, Blackjack Party and VIP tables – and the user interface has been upgraded to include Georgian language options.
Adjarabet head of sport and casino Archil Kakhidze said the Evolution product line gave his site “a powerful, flexible and scalable solution that gives us huge scope to deliver the very best for our players as we grow and develop.” Evolution head of account management Sebastian Johanisson said his company’s offering was “a great match for Adjarabet in every way and we look forward to helping them achieve further success.”
Evolution also just launched its new Belgian live dealer studio. In January, the Belgian Gaming Commission (BGC) gave its licensed operators a July 1 deadline to ensure that their live dealer products were being broadcast from a studio based in Belgium. Evolution has met that challenge by launching its new studio from its land-based partner, the Circus Group-owned Casino de Spa.
Evolution’s new studio – its fifth in Europe – underwent a four-month trial phase before last week’s BGC-imposed deadline. Evolution CEO Jens von Bahr said six locally licensed operators – Circus, Bwin, Unibet, 777, Napoleon Games and Starcasino – had gone live with the product. The new Belgian studio will operate seven days a week from 6pm to 2am local time and is accessible via desktop, smartphone and tablet devices.