FanDuel has recently signed a content agreement with leading live casino software provider, Evolution Gaming. Players in Pennsylvania are set to receive their Christmas presents early this month. Under the terms of the new deal, Pennsylvania will be able to offer live dealer titles from the giant. Additionally other states which have legalized online casino gambling will also be able to offer these games.
Revolutionizing US Online Casino Game play
The agreement between the two companies should revolutionize the US online casino sector. Evolution Gaming uses a digital interface, coupled with a live video stream. This brings the ultimate in realism to online casinos. While the game play is not quite the same as being in a real brick-and-mortar casino, it is not far off. There is undoubtedly an element of excitement and atmosphere in Evolution's live games. Which you just cannot get from RNG (random number generator) games.
What Can US Casino Players Expect?
Thus far, the only live dealer software provider operating in the United States is Ezugi. While Ezugi used to be a competitor – indeed the chief rival – Evolution Gaming snapped them up in 2018 and have used Ezugi to test the water. Ezugi’s live casino games have been in operation at New Jersey online casinos for a while now, the success they have had has led operators across the US to start looking at the big dog in the business.
Evolution Gaming does not have a monopoly on live casino games. But they are by far the main provider of these titles. Their range of games includes numerous baccarat, blackjack and roulette variants. In addition to money wheel games, dice games, and of course, online poker.
Expect Evolution’s Games to Debut at FanDuel Soon
Evolution Gaming has not just struck a deal with FanDuel. They have also signed partnerships with FanDuel’s rival, DraftKings, as well as PointsBet and BetMGM. All are in line to unveil Evolution Gaming’s live casino titles over the coming month.
Evolution Gaming recently opened its very first Pennsylvania studio. Having officially debuted last month, one should not imagine that it will be too long before Evolution’s live dealer games start to find their way into the Keystone State’s online casinos. FanDuel is expanding itself, too, with a new West Virginian website set to go live, and another in Michigan. It has not yet been announced whether Evolution’s live casino games will make their debut in either of those two states, though.