Alderney licensed Evolution Gaming continued its successful run of signing new licenees this week by inking an agreement to provide live dealer action to the German online sportsbetting
company Bet-at-home.com. The new deal brings to 15 the number of major European companies which Evolution services from its purpose built gambling studio in Riga, Latvia.
Other clients include Party Gaming, William Hill, Blue Square, Stan James, Gaming VC, Expekt, Gala Coral and VC Bet.
Announcing the new deal, Evolution CEO Jens von Bahr said: "Our phenomenal growth is thanks to consistent investment in developing the best, most realistic platform on the market."
Evolution Gaming was founded in 2006 by three of the industry's pioneers and has grown quickly, with over 100 staff in London, Stockholm, Singapore, Latvia and St Petersburg by offering what the firm claims is the most realistic casino experience possible online. The company has an international structure with a technology team in London; sales, marketing and finance in Sweden; studio operations and technology support in Latvia; customer relations in Costa Rica, and support operations in Singapore.
Malta-licensed Bet-at-home.com is a sign-up of note, with 1.4 million registered players across Europe and revenues in 2007 of over Euro 490 million, expected to almost double by the end of 2008. The company uses a mix of softwares that includes a proprietary sportsbetting platform, poker from Boss Media and recently acquired CasinoModule facilities and games from Net Entertainment (see previous InfoPowa report)