Gambling – news – casino games

Evolution Gaming provides roulette games to EGASA

Video-streamed live dealer online casino software developer Evolution Gaming Limited has signed a three-year deal to provide Spanish gaming operator EGASA with mobile roulette games.

The new live roulette service for iPad users is available via EGGASA’s domain at under the name Ruleta En Vivo and was also simultaneously launched for desktop players.

“We are delighted to be working with EGASA,” said Fredrik Osterberg, CCO for Alderney-licensed Evolution Gaming.

“Following this first on iPad, we look forward to delivering further leading-edge online live games to its customers. Through EGASA’s significant interest and participation in land-based operations in Spain, Latin America and Croatia, the company is very adept at anticipating and meeting customer needs. In particular, we are very excited by EGASA’s strength in online sportsbooks since our solutions are proven to attract new live casino players from that area and convert them into loyal players at the live tables.”

The new live roulette service can be accessed via the casino area of and is streamed in real-time to players’ devices from Evolution Gaming’s land-based studio facility at Casino Rincon De Pepe in Murcia.

“As a privately owned operator, we are proud of our heritage in Spain and Latin America and delighted to bring our players the very first opportunity to play world-class live roulette with native Spanish-speaking dealers on iPad,” said Jose Gonzalez, president for EGASA.

“Evolution was a natural choice for us. It was first to market in Spain last year with live roulette on PC, it is a proven and trusted partner in this market and in our view it is the best business-to-business live casino supplier.

“We are confident that live roulette will be a compelling part of the product offering and will be greatly appreciated by our players. We are also confident that Evolution Gaming’s multi-channel road map will help us assure a consistently high-quality customer experience as we roll out live games on other mobile tablets and devices.”