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Belgium online gaming expands with Evolution Gaming to launch live dealer games

13 May 2015

The Belgian online gaming market has witnessed yet another surge around its expansion recently, with five online operators licenced in Belgium, signing a launch agreement with Live dealer software supplier Evolution gaming. This deal agreement will be a launch of live dealer games that will be rolled out by the end of June 2015. The five operators are starcasino.be, bwin.be, unibet.be 777 be, Circus.be. While the first of many games about to be launched include live dealer Roulette, Auto Slingshot Roulette and Blackjack games.

Evolution Gaming’s chief executive officer Jens von Bahr commented saying: “Once again, Evolution’s investment in regulated markets will give both existing and new licensees a significant competitive edge. This takes our total number of studios to five; and it fits with our strategy of delivering customized streaming solutions to meet the needs of licensees and regulators. “As with all of our studios, Casino de Spa will offer state-of-the-art live casino broadcast facilities with the support of our robust infrastructure so that licensees can achieve cost-effective market entry. “What’s more, there is scope here to create exclusive dedicated environments for licensees who wish to further differentiate their Belgian live casino offering in the future.”

Circus Group and owner of Casino de Spa, Emmanuel Mewissen commented saying: “We are delighted to be working with Evolution Gaming, another leader in the gaming sector. “We have a track record of innovation at Casino de Spa and to be able to offer a world-class live casino from here is very much in keeping with our rich history. “Live casino is a dynamic sector and we look forward to launching the market-leading live casino solution for Belgium.”

All live table units will be shared by operators at the Casino de Spa studio and will stream live games seven days a week. Live units will be serviced by both Flemish and French dealers, as per stipulation by the Belgian Gaming Commission (BGC). All games selections will also be available on smartphones, tablet and desktop devices.

A well-established online gaming infrastructure in place sees the Belgian gaming industry evolve to great heights and creatively opening their market to enjoy more interactive gaming solutions for gamers and players.

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