On Tuesday this week, game manufacturer Galaxy Gaming announced they extended their licensing agreement with Evolution.
- In a previous partnership, Galaxy provided Evolution with interactive slots.
- 21+3, Perfect Pairs, Lucky Ladies are some of Galaxy’s side bets signatures.
Swedish game provider, Evolution is thrilled to stretch its partnership with Las Vegas-based Galaxy Gaming for another decade. Players can continue enjoying Galaxy’s table games and side bets through this agreement.
But this is not the first time the duo has teamed up, as the two agreed to provide Galaxy’s interactive slots on Evolution’s platform.
Some of Galaxy Gaming’s products are already available on Evolution, such as 21+3, Perfect Pairs, and Lucky Ladies side bets. And as far as table games go, Double Ball Roulette, Texas Hold’em Bonus Poker, and Caribbean Stud Poker will keep entertaining thousands of users.
About the new arrangement, the CEO of Galaxy Gaming said, “Extending our pre-existing and 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 catalog of top-performing and innovative online titles. We are delighted to continue to be a part of this impressive live casino product portfolio and thrill their players with our world-famous games.”
Evolution is the world’s largest live dealer game provider. Founded in 2006, the company is famous for creating cutting-edge games such as live roulette, live blackjack, and game shows. They operate from multiple locations worldwide, and their game collection can always be found in most US online casinos.
About Galaxy Gaming
Based In Las Vegas, Galaxy Gaming creates and distributes casino tables, wagering platforms, and bonus systems to land-based and online casinos globally.
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