On Tuesday, Evolution announced it was extending its relationship with Belgian operator Napoleon Games. Later this month, Evolution will launch a dedicated live studio at Napoleon’s new complex in Aalst featuring four blackjack tables, one roulette table and a multi-camera Lite Roulette table, all accessible from 5pm to 1am daily.
Napoleon Games was one of the original six Belgian operators that began streaming from Evolution’s new Belgian studio at Casino de Spa last July. Napoleon CEO Tom De Clercq said the offering was “extremely popular” with customers but the new facility allowed for “a more bespoke offering, aligned with our strong brand.”
On Wednesday, Evolution inked a brand new partnership to add its live casino offering to the game portfolio of Aspire Global (ASG), a turnkey white-label provider. ASG’s customers in regulated markets including the UK, Italy and Denmark will begin enjoying the benefits of Evolution’s product by mid-2016. ASG CEO Tsachi Maimon called Evolution’s product a “significant addition” to ASG’s game portfolio.
On Friday, Genting Alderney announced the launch of two dedicated live casino studios for its GentingCasino.com brand. The subsidiary of the Malaysian gaming giant inked a deal with Evolution last August and the fruits of that deal are now coming to market.
One of these new live studios features a design that mimics Genting’s iconic Crockfords casino in London, and is appropriately aimed at a VIP clientele. Genting is supporting the launch by re-running its recent marketing spots, while a brand new TV campaign will debut in March.
Evolution saw profits rise two-thirds year-on-year in its most recent quarterly report thanks to a flurry of new signings and strong growth in its mobile channels. Evolution will report its Q4 and FY15 earnings on Feb. 16.