Esteemed provider of live casino solutions Evolution Gaming continues to make incredible results in the iGaming sector. The operator has just revealed its participation in the additional gaming market. The provider has been selected by Groupe Partouche to supply the Swiss casino market with its innovative gaming portfolio.
What the Cooperation Will Bring
The recent deal between two partners will result in Evolution providing Groupe customers with an access to an award-winning Evolution’s games portfolio. Swiss players will have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of games including live dealer blackjack, baccarat, roulette, poker and other interesting games. All of them are available on tablets, smartphones or desktops.
The launch will be in the first quarter of the year.
The Groupe is one of the most popular land-based operators in the French market as well as in Europe, operating 42 casinos in France, Belgium, and Switzerland.
The Mutual Respect
Alexander Sosnovski, iGaming CEO at Casino du Lac Meyrin in Geneva, described Groupe Partouche’s as having historical roots that are “driven by strong family traditions and values”. He also said that their concept is a combination of original games, shows, international catering and events aimed at creating a VIP experience and providing a high level of customer service.
“Evolution is, therefore, a strategic partner for us, not only because they are the leader in Live Casino games, but also because they are developing new and exciting technology for online entertainment,” Sosnovski stated.
Chief Commercial Officer at Evolution, Sebastian Johannisson is as equally delighted to partner with Groupe Partouche to and have their Live Casino solutions available to their players in the Swiss market.
“The Evolution portfolio fits perfectly with the Partouche Group’s next generation of casino entertainment philosophy. We are confident that their players will love playing our Live Casino games online just as much as they enjoy visiting Partouche’s land-based casinos in person,” Johannisson concluded.