Evolution and FanDuel Partner in Live Casino Product Deal
Evolution, a top provider of live casino gaming, recently signed a new partnership agreement with the FanDuel Group. The deal will see FanDuel casinos in the United States feature Evolution’s live casino product options.
Evolution posted about the new deal on Twitter:
The games will initially be streamed from an Evolution studio located in Pennsylvania. Games will also be added in New Jersey to the existing line-up of live dealer options.
Adding live casino product options
The FanDuel Group is excited to be adding to its live casino products in the United States. GM of Casino Jesse Chemtob stated that FanDuel sees the live games as a key driver for continued growth within the US online casino market.
Evolution chief commercial officer and chief executive officer Malta, Johan Nordstrom, commented on the deal as well, stating the brand is “delighted” to be working with FanDuel. In late 2019, Evolution signed a deal with Betfair and Paddy Poker, two Flutter Entertainment brands. With the addition of FanDuel, it marks another partnership with a Flutter entity.
Additional live casino content deals
Evolution signed even more live casino content deals in October. The company partnered with Wynn Sports Interactive to provide live gaming solutions for operations across the United States. This deal will start in New Jersey, adding more states in the future.
Games on offer from Evolution to Wynn Sports players include Ultimate Texas Hold’em, three card poker, blackjack, and baccarat. The games will stream from a studio located in Atlantic City.
In early October, Evolution signed a deal with William Hill to offer live casino content in the US. This deal also started in New Jersey. William Hill offers services in several states, including West Virginia, Iowa, Rhode Island, Mississippi, and Delaware. The partnership will allow the live casino games to branch out into other states in the future.
FanDuel partners with Memphis Grizzlies
For FanDuel, the Evolution partnership is not the only deal to be announced this month. Earlier this week, the company signed a sponsorship deal with the Memphis Grizzlies. The operator will be the NBA team’s first wagering partner.
The multi-year deal includes sports betting and daily fantasy services. FanDuel now has access to official marks and logos of the Grizzlies to use across its online product channels. The betting brand can also add signage in the FedExForum, the Grizzlies’ home arena.