Evolution Gaming Adding More Tables
Major iGaming brand Evolution Gaming is riding the wave of its recent success and it’s obvious that there’s no stopping this highly successful team now. The live casino group recently announced that it is in the process of getting all of its affairs in order for the launch of its brand new New Jersey studio. 10 new tables are on the cards for the prolific enterprise.
The New Jersey launch is expected to realize within the current quarter, with agreements already in place with a number of major casino groups, including the ever-popular Resorts Casino Hotel, 888 Holdings, and the Ocean Resort Casino.
Putting Profit To Good Use
The driving force behind the prolific development is obviously the company’s massive recent success, which was announced when it released its figures for the second quarter of the year, with a 40% year on year growth being the new standard for the company. The group’s revenue income has increased to €59.3m ($68.8m) since the second quarter of last year.
Profit margins are soaring, and it’s obvious that the company now wishes to expand and build on its existing success, which is regarded as high above average in the broader scope of the current industry dynamic.
The company credits much of the recent success and fast-tracked growth to the popularity of the recent World Cup, and the hope is that the increased exposure as a result of major advertising campaigns will continue to serve its purpose, going forward.
Widening The Gap
The new table offerings will include Blackjack, Baccarat, Live American Roulette and Slingshot Roulette. New Poker offerings will also be on the table, including Ultimate Texas Hold’em, as well as the classic Three Card Poker.
The live offerings will be compatible with home devices as well as all major mobile operating systems. Players on the move will be fully catered for.
CEO Martin Carlesund commented on the major new release plans, saying that specific tables will be developed for specific operators, with dedicated tables being developed to suit the unique needs of the various role-players. Carlesund said that there was an increasing demand for more tables, and that the company planned to release a total of 500 tables by the end of the current year.
The man in charge concluded by saying that Evolution Gaming would continue on its quest to broaden the gap between it and its competitors in a an ever-changing market.