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Evolution Gaming live dealer casino platform




Evolution Gaming ( are relatively new kids on the block, only forming in 2006 and not signing their first licensee until 2008.  But their impact on the this form of gaming has since arriving on the scene cannot be overstated.

In just over 2 years they have managed to sign an extremely impressive list of licensee casinos and seem to have become the 'must have' product for all the big brands.  Ladbrokes,, Victor Chandler, Blue Square, Unibet, Expekt, Sportingbet, Paddy Power, PartyGaming and a number of others have already jumped on board and the list seems to grow by the week.

Their dealer studio is located in Riga, Latvia and they are licensed and regulated by both the Latvian Gambling Authority and Alderney Gambling Control Commission.

Dealer/table range:

Impressive. Owing to exposure to the massive player base of their partner casinos (most of the above operators have customer lists in the millions), Evolution's games are in high demand and many tables and dealers operate round the clock.  Last year they announced a major floor space expansion was required to their Riga studio to cope with the growing demand for their dealers and tables.  As at May 2009 they had 185 dealers, with plans to expand to over 300 by end 2010.

Always innovating, these guys recently added a dedicated Spanish speaking dealer blackjack table recently which seems to have been adopted by most licensees. 

Look and feel:

Until recently without peer, still very impressive.  No doubt one of the reasons all the big boys are lining up to add this product to their gaming suite is the superb presentation of the games.  Playtech recently bridged the gap with the full screen functionality available on their European dealer games, but up until then no other platform was as successful in creating the illusion of sitting at a real casino gaming table.

Another point worth noting about these games is that they are playable at low to moderate connection speeds.  Obviously the gaming experience isn't as good as with a fast connection, but the video stream and interface generally seems very tolerant of connections in the 0.5Mbps-1Mbps where other HD video platforms struggle.

All games are playable in 'Classic' (left) and '3D' (right) views.



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Game range:

Solid.  Includes VIP tables for the high rollers out there and as of November 2012, live games playable on iPad.


Standard and VIP (pictured) baccarat

full game review | video demo


Standard and VIP (pictured) multi-player table blackjack

full game review | video demo

European Roulette:

European (single zero) roulette, standard and VIP (pictured).

full game review | video demo

French Roulette

French roulette table layout and bet options. Offered on standard and VIP (pictured) tables

full game review | video demo

London Roulette:

High limit single zero roulette set in plush surrounds and conducted by British croupiers.



Live Casino Hold'em Poker

This is Texas Hold'em Poker played against the house. 

full game review | video demo



Want to know more about Evolution Gaming?  Try their game fact sheets...

Roulette fact sheet | Blackjack fact sheet | Baccarat fact sheet

Other Evolution Gaming related pages:

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live blackjack review

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