Evolution’s Crazy Time debuts in Pennsylvania and West Virginia

June 4, 2024
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The live game show began its US rollout with a launch in New Jersey in December of 2023.

Evolution has announced the launch of its live game show, Crazy Time, for online gamblers in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Crazy Time now streams from Evolution’s live casino studio in Philadelphia, PA. 

Crazy Time attempts to integrate multiple technologies, including multi-camera live game show action, random number generator (RNG) multipliers, augmented reality and slot-style and video-gaming elements.

The gameplay revolves around a main game and four interactive bonus games. The main game features a two-reel top slot that spins together with a money wheel.

“Crazy Time has been a massive global hit since launching in 2020 and has attracted millions of players, making it the world’s number one online live game show. That success story is now continuing across the US,” Evolution CEO of North America Jacob Claesson said. 

“The reception from players in New Jersey has been fantastic, and Crazy Time is now one of our most popular live dealer games in the state. We’re incredibly excited to bring the unique Crazy Time online entertainment experience to players in Pennsylvania and West Virginia, with more US states set to join in the fun soon.”

Four different bonus games, Cash Hunt, Pachinko, Coin Flip and Crazy Time, contain features such as a shooting gallery, a coin flip, a puck drop and entry into a virtual world with a money wheel. Within the bonus games, players have the opportunity to reach a 10,000x multiplier. 

Pennsylvania and West Virginia become the latest states to join Crazy Time’s US rollout following the game show’s US debut in New Jersey in December of 2023.


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