Evolution partners with Caesars Digital in Pennsylvania, slated to launch ‘first person’ games later this year


Online casino solutions business Evolution has partnered with Caesars Digital in Pennsylvania. The partnership aims to deliver Evolution’s industry-wide live casino games to Tropicana Online Casino and Caesars Sportsbook & Casino in the Keystone State. The collaboration will additionally provide access to Evolution’s online slots from NetEnt and Red Tiger.

The company notes that the live dealer games will be livestreamed from Evolution’s state-of-the-art studios. These games currently feature American and European Roulette, classic and Infinite Blackjack, Baccarat, Craps, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, and Three Card Poker.

As part of this partnership, Evolution will also launch ‘first person’ games, which are premium 3D animated RNG (Random Number Generator) versions of Evolution’s live games, later this year.

Jeff Millar, Chief Commercial Officer at Evolution, in a statement said: “We are delighted to be helping Caesars Digital expand their reach in Pennsylvania and to be part of this exciting journey. We have been working closely with Caesars for some time and we’re proud to be their live casino provider and to ensure they have the best games at their disposal for their players. We look forward to continuing this relationship and to seeing what new exciting developments come out of this latest expansion.

Matthew Sunderland, Senior Vice President of iGaming at Caesars Digital, said: “Our partnership with Evolution brings additional cutting-edge games to our platforms that we’re confident our Pennsylvania customers will enjoy. Their extensive array of live dealer and First Person offerings are at the forefront of the industry, giving our customers the opportunity to experience a live casino from the comfort of their home.”

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