Online casino services provider Evolution announced Thursday the launch of its Live Craps casino game in Pennsylvania. Set in a "speakeasy-style" studio, this version of the classic dice offering looks to make the game easier to understand and to play for both the experienced player and the newcomer.
With both an ‘Easy Mode’ and a simple online interactive tutorial explaining the game and how best to enjoy playing it, Craps is described as "another step for Evolution in expanding its portfolio in the US and giving players in Pennsylvania a full suite of Live Casino options."
Having already launched in Europe back in 2020, and subject to regulatory approvals, Evolution is aiming to launch Live Craps across Michigan and New Jersey in the near future.
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Jeff Millar, Commercial Director North America at Evolution, commented: “This game was the very first online Live Craps game in the industry, and it was a landmark moment for Evolution. We’re very proud to be able to offer it to our operators and their players in the state of Pennsylvania today.”
Millar added: “The game itself is going to thrill Craps enthusiasts throughout the US and is sure to attract some new fans. The game captures all the excitement of a traditional Craps table, and the decadence of the speakeasy era, and brings it to the online casino world in style. We can’t wait to see what players think of it and look forward to launching this game into more states in the future.”
The B2B online casino services provider released in late July the interim report for January-June 2022, showing Q2 operating revenues increased by 34% to EUR 344 million ($350 million). In terms of the first half of the year, the company's operating revenue increased by 36.2% to EUR 670.7 million ($682 million).
In addition, FanDuel Group introduced last month its first-ever FanDuel-branded live dealer studios in Michigan and Pennsylvania in partnership with Evolution. All of FanDuel's live dealer games, including blackjack and roulette, will now be streamed for customers in those two states directly from FanDuel's new facilities.