Evolution announces US launch of Crazy Time in New Jersey

December 13, 2023
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The provider will go 'live' from its new casino studio in the Garden State.

Industry giant Evolution’s Crazy Time is now streaming from its new live casino studio in New Jersey, marking the live casino product's official launch in the US.  

Evolution has previously stepped foot into the US market, having launched Crazy Coin Flip in New Jersey and Super Sic Bo in Pennsylvania prior to the Crazy Time launch. It also launched its live craps online casino game in Michigan in May for use by operators. 

Other launches across global operations include Crazy Pachinko in late November, an online slot game that includes a live Pachinko bonus round also used in Crazy Time.  

Crazy Time launched in 2020 and is now a notable title in the space.

The company is currently in a 10-year partnership with Galaxy Gaming. which allows Galaxy Gaming’s products onto the Evolution platform, with titles including Perfect Pairs™, Lucky Ladies™ and Double Ball Roulette™. 

Evolution CEO for North America Jacob Claesson said, "This is a landmark launch for Evolution and for the US online gambling market... We're incredibly excited that US players now get to experience a game that has made such an impact in the live casino space." 

Evolution has experienced a year-on-year revenue increase of 20% according to its Q3 2023 report, earning €452.6m ($487.6m) during this period. Despite this, RNG in the same quarter was down 2%.  

Crazy Time, alongside other aforementioned titles, is expected to live in additional states throughout 2024.  


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