Evoplay partners with online sweepstakes casino, FortuneCoins.com

February 23, 2023
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Players can access an assortment of slots and table games through the Evoplay library.

Online sweepstakes casino FortuneCoins.com has partnered with Evoplay, an iGaming development studio, to enhance player gaming options. Under the terms of the agreement, Evoplay will supply a suite of casino-style titles to Fortune Coins.

Since making its debut in April 2022, Fortune Coins has grown considerably and currently has more than 1.5 million registered users. The newly formed company offers its players around the US a variety of games, including digital slots, table games and specialty games.

Registered users can choose from a list of Fortune Coin titles and for free on the site by only using casino credit and will now have access to select titles from Evoplay. Fortune Coin said it hopes to “widen selection remarkably” through the collaboration.

Evoplay was founded in 2017 and serves clients in 41 countries. Since its founding, the iGaming development studio has extended its reach to Europe, Latin America, Asia and CIS. To date, Evoplay’s portfolio features more than 200 online titles that include table games, slots and instant titles.

In addition to the recent partnership with Fortune Coins, the company has formed deals with several other notable gaming industry groups, including Scommettendo, Novibet and Relax Gaming.

Fortune Coins Casino CEO Mickey Blayvas said about the new alliance: “We are excited at the impact the partnership with Evoplay will have on the growth of FortuneCoins.com.”

He went to discuss the potential gains involved by saying: “It will help to boost our game selection even further and strengthen Fortune Coins’ status as the fastest-growing social casino in the US.”


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