Evolution Gaming’s Tbilisi Production Hub Back Online
Posted on April 8, 2020 | 11:51 am
Evolution Gaming is ready to reopen its Live Dealer studio in Tbilisi closed on 23 March and resume the floor operations in a limited capacity after the official go-ahead from the Georgian health authorities.
One of the three Evo’s major production hubs has been out of operation for two weeks but the company’s managed to provide the smooth and uninterrupted functioning of the system, taking full advantage of its other studios.
Most Advanced Facility
Tbilisi’s cutting-edge studio went live in April 2018, shortly after the launch of its Vancouver counterpart, built as a result of the deal with BCLC to provide Live Casino services to punters across British Columbia.
The rapidly developing capital of Georgia was seen as a great place to established the Group’s third production hub in addition to Malta and Latvia sites. Starting with just 100 employees two years ago, this unit could brag of almost 2,000 workers at the end of 2019.
Back in 2018, Evolution Group CEO Martin Carlesund commented on the opening:
“We are delighted that our latest major Live Casino studio in Tbilisi is now live and fully operational. Tbilisi is a fast-growing city of over 1 million people, offering strong development and investment opportunities, so it offered the perfect location for us. This is a large commitment and project for Evolution and I am proud to see the organization delivering.”
He also added: “At Evolution, we constantly strive to improve our service to our licensees and continue to increase our leadership in Live Casino. The Tbilisi studio is no exception, as we have leveraged knowledge from over 10 years of building studios to create our most advanced facility yet. The new studio is an investment for the future and will support us in our ambitious development plans in the coming years.”
Live Dealer Games For Multiple Markets
The importance of Tbilisi facility in the entire production system of Evolution Gaming is hard to overestimate, especially given that it’s intended to deliver Live Casino products to multiple markets and licensees. At the moment, the brand’s portfolio of customers (Ezugi included) comprises over 300 brick-and-mortar and online casinos.
Throughout the last year alone…
…the company has revealed a bunch of remarkable partnerships with A-class operators, striking deals with Lotoquebec.com, DraftKings, Grand Casino Baden, Planetwin365, Greentube, Stoiximan/Betano Group, Penn National Gaming, as well as Paddy Power and Betfair owned by Flutter Entertainment.
Jointly, The three main European studios secure more than 700 Live Dealer tables, which offer a diverse choice of both well-known and exotic variants of blackjack, poker, baccarat, roulette, as well as other games. 2019 saw an amazing lineup of new titles created by Evolution including Monopoly Live, Lightning Dice, Super Sic Bo, Free Bet Blackjack, Side Bet City, 2 Hand Casino Hold’em to name just a few.