It’s clear that so far no one can make Evolution Gaming worthy competition in the live casino market. They won their first casino Provider of the Year award in 2010 and have been at it ever since, this year winning it for the eleventh time in a row.
Despite the fact that Evolution has competition, it is not particularly threatening. Of the 12 competitors nominated in this year’s category, two can be counted as belonging to the company itself. Evolution announced the purchase of Ezugi back in 2018. Plus, it can be considered that NetEnt Live is practically a member of their family, as soon the entire NetEnt is to be fully owned by Evolution. Slots of these companies can also be found in litecoin casinos.
Among the nominees were also Playtech, Pragmatic Play, Vivo Gaming, BetGames, BetConstruct and others. Commenting on the win, Martin Carlesund, CEO of Evolution, said that they have once again pushed the boundaries of what is possible in live casino by launching innovative products. We introduced 12 new games during this period. Our exclusive and unique portfolio of game shows continued to grow with new games such as Mega Ball and Crazy Time, which immediately became popular with punters and turned into a major commercial success. We also continued to reinvent and reactivate classic casino games for the next generation of punters, with the launch of Lightning Baccarat, Speed Blackjack and Power Blackjack, which joined an already incredibly diverse and exciting portfolio of Live and First Person games.