FanDuel, Evolution extend live casino partnership

February 8, 2022

The deal sees Evolution live table games available across the online casino operator's offerings.

FanDuel and Evolution will be staying in business together. This news comes after the two companies renewed an agreement, originally signed in 2020, which sees the Swedish company act as the sole provider of FanDuel’s live table games in online casinos across America.  

So far, in New Jersey players can access the Evolution-owned Ezugi. In Michigan and Pennsylvania, FanDuel is in the process of developing live casinos which will use Evolution games. 

Evolution’s slot and random number generator games will also be offered at FanDuel locations. Among those products are games from such well-known brands as NetEnt and Red Tiger. 

The continuation of the deal speaks to the satisfaction on both sides of the partnership. 

As Jesse Chemtob, General Manager of Casino at FanDuel, commented: “We have been extremely happy with the quality and performance of Evolution titles on our platform.  

“We’re excited to expand and enhance our live dealer table games product offering to bring a best-in-market branded experience to our customers.” 

Jeff Millar, Commercial Director North America for Evolution, elaborated with the following words: “FanDuel clearly sees the massive potential of live casino to drive further success in online casino. 

“We are proud to have been chosen as FanDuel’s live dealer table games provider in the regulated US online gaming market. We are also confident that the appeal of our hugel6y diverse and exciting live portfolio – casino classics, innovative twists on the classics, live game shows and more – will repay FanDuel’s confidence in Evolution.”


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