Evolution Gaming adds simpler version of Craps to Live Casino offerings

Evolution Gaming adds simpler version of Craps to Live Casino offerings

Evolution Gaming has added craps to its portfolio of online live casino games. The Sweden-based casino game aggregator promises to provide a simpler, easy-to-understand version of craps for their online clients.

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Simpler version of Craps in Online Live Casino

Evolution is bringing an old-school vibe to one of the standard games in casino play with their underground, speak-easy studio.

However, the content aggregator vows that their version of the game will feature elements not available in any land-based casinos. This addition assures the game can be easily understood by the players without prior knowledge of the game.

Casual casino players often avoid dropping a wager in a craps game for the reasons the mechanics is quite hard to understand.

Todd Haushalter, chief product officer at Evolution, said in the press release that their developers have added a simple online interactive tutorial to educate new players about the game. He also mentioned that their craps game will feature an ‘easy mode’ so players can bet straight away even if it’s their first time wagering.

“Craps has been our most requested new game by both players and operators for years — now it’s finally here. I think players are going to love it,” Haushalter said.

Moreover, Evolution is also launching a RNG version of craps, adding to their list of their first-person games. Common in Evolution’s first-person game, their craps game will feature a “go-live” button, which enables players to watch craps played live.

“Craps completes the Evolution portfolio in terms of offering every game you can find in a land-based casino,” Haushalter said in the release. “Developing the game and capturing the unique excitement of the Craps table, but in an online setting, was a complex project.”

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Evolution has been expanding its market in the United States, inking various deals to venture into regulated market in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Evolution has made collaborations with casino giant Caesar Entertainment and Bet MGM. The content aggregator will be streaming live casino games from their studios for Caesars’ customers in Pennsylvania and soon in Pennsylvania. On the other hand, Evolution has already begun offering available Live Casino games in New Jersey for Bet MGM.

Evolution has already inked strategic deals with several companies in the industry over the past weeks, including agreement with FanDuel (Nov. 4), Rush Street Interactive (Oct. 21), Wynn (Oct. 16) and William Hill (Oct. 7). All of these deals are aimed to boast their live casino presence in the United States.

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