There, Evolution agents act as the first line of support for their floor supervisors and live dealers. This room has a layout that resembles the bridge of a spaceship, with a wall of CCTV monitors that is as impressive as anything similar you will encounter in any realm.
Each of their studio floors has a maze-like structure, so that each table has its own space, enough for overhead HD cameras to capture a shot that feels like each one exists in its own bubble. There are even fully branded sections for operators such as Leo Vegas, Unibet and Genting.
All card tables have an automatic card shuffling system similar to that produced by ShuffleMaster, and use optical character recognition technology.
The teleplay games have dedicated studios, and Crazy Time even has a green screen room. It is by far the most expensive title to run by the company. Production-wise, it requires a lot of props, elaborate set design, 3D animation, and proper lighting so that the production team can use a decent chroma key to overlay a Terry Gilliam-style magical world.
All studio broadcasts are in HD, 1080p, and all supplied games can be run on all desktops/laptops, tablets, smartphones and VLTs.
It is worth noting that Evolution Gaming was one of the first companies in the interactive gaming space to move to HTML5 and offer API integration. In addition, their support team can provide assistance directly through the in-game chat function in seven languages.
They are also a pioneer in that their customised Dual Play installations allow live table action in a traditional casino to be enjoyed by those who are physically in the same location/casino and an unlimited number of online players at the same time. Evolution streams live tables from the Grand Casino in Bucharest, the Hippodrome and Ritz Club in London and Dragonara in Malta.
Live casino table games
Evolution Gaming’s live platform consists of over forty different games. This includes variations of popular casino classics such as roulette and blackjack.
For example, when it comes to the latter, although it offers blackjack in its classic form, versions such as Infinite, Free Bet, Speed, Power and Party Blackjack are also available.
There are also VIP and Salon Privé tables, which feature high minimum stakes, as well as tables with unique side-bet features. The same goes for roulette.
In 2015, Evolution decided to introduce casino-poker variants to its offer. These are poker-based casino games designed to be played at a similar speed to popular table classics. They are one of the few providers with tables for Three-Card Poker, Caribbean Stud, Side-Bet City, Casino Hold’em and Ultimate Texas Hold’em. Around the same time, they introduced Squeeze Baccarat and other variations.
Asia’s most popular table game.
Over the past few years, the Asian market has slowly started to expand and to target it, Evolution has also added Sic Bo and Dragon Tiger to its arsenal. Dragon Tiger is a two-card version of Baccarat, while Sic Bo is a three-dice game that includes an RNG element. Evolution is also preparing for the inevitable virtual reality revolution by launching a series of first-person games. These are first-person 3D RNG versions of many of their popular products. Their aim is to adapt them to VR technology in the near future. They also offer dice in this format and stream them live.