The winner of the Innovation in Live Casino award at the 2018 Sports Betting Community (SBC) Awards, Evolution Gaming, has kicked 2019 off with good news for Canadian players, while also ensuring stellar live casino experience for Unibet players in New Jersey. Here’s what you need to know.
The re-regulation of the Swedish iGaming market has captured a lot of attention in 2018. Now, from 1 January 2019, the time has come for the newly-formed Spelinspektionen to reduce illegal gambling and remove a cover from the grey market by banning all unlicensed operators and game developers. Fortunately, many of them have long ago applied for the new license, so let’s take a closer look at who they are, for some extra peace of mind.
Blueprint Gaming, a UK-based subsidiary of the Gauselmann Group, has been rapidly expanding its games portfolio and making the most as a Megaways licensee. For that matter, the popular iGaming studio has released three new video slots, one of which is made in partnership with Warner Bros. and the other two with the help of a brilliant feature from Big Time Gaming. Let’s take a closer look.
Red Tiger, the creator of successful video slots like Dragon’s Luck, has been offering great playtime for a few years now. Given its popularity, the developer is seeking to expand into new territories. Naturally, there’s no way around licensing in this day and age, which is why it went on to acquire additional licenses in Malta and Alderney.
Even though Evolution has been getting most of the attention recently for their acquisition of Ezugi, NetEnt has also been actively pushing their live product to newer heights. For the past couple of weeks, the Swedish company has taken on board two new operators to feature its exclusive live tables, Ninja Casino and Bethard, and is now also offering live croupier services in Denmark.