Galaxy Gaming signs extended licensing deal with Evolution Group

May 16, 2023
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The two have agreed to continue their business relationship for another 10 years.

US-based Galaxy Gaming has extended its licensing agreement with Evolution Group for a further 10 years. The two have previously collaborated on releasing several table games, including 21+3, Perfect Pairs, Lucky Ladies, Double Ball Roulette, Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker and Caribbean Stud.

The continuing agreement will build upon previous wins and “strengthen Evolution’s collection of online table games,” Galaxy Gaming said.

Galaxy Gaming President and CEO Todd Cravens said, “Extending our long-standing partnership with Evolution aligns with our focus to deliver the best table game content to everyone, everywhere.

“Evolution continues to develop a robust catalogue of top-performing and innovative titles. We are delighted to continue to be a part of this impressive product portfolio and thrill their players with our world-famous games.”

Ezugi Chief Product Officer Fredrik Bjurle shared Craven’s eagerness to continue the partnership. As part of Evolution Group, Bjurle commented on the extended agreement by saying, "We are thrilled to extend our partnership with Galaxy Gaming. Our continued collaboration is a testament to the success we have achieved together over our decade-long partnership.

“We are looking forward to the future and to continue to offer these amazing games within Evolution Group.”

Galaxy Gaming develops and distributes games, technology systems and bonusing systems to both online and land-based casinos around the world. The company is based in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Its Progress Gaming Partners subsidiary is a global licensor of proprietary tables games for the online gaming industry.

Galaxy Gaming is currently developing its next iteration of Triton Casino Systems and anticipates that additional updates will be available later this year.


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