Evolution Teams Up With JVH Gaming & Entertainment Group
Posted on December 30, 2020 | 10:58 am
Evolution, the leading provider of live dealer games, has announced a new partnership with Dutch online casino operator JVH gaming & entertainment group.
This agreement will allow JVH to include Evolution’s live casino software and content into their offering, including popular titles like Crazy Time, Mega Ball and Lightning Roulette.
JVH group is a company that has been around for quite some time now, it was founded all the way back in 1958 and it is the leading private casino operator in the Netherlands.
The company owns several brands, including Jack’s Casino, and has over 4 million customers every year. The Dutch online gambling market will become regulated at the beginning of September 2021, and that is when Evolution’s portfolio is set to go live on Jack’s Casino.
Regulated Market Brings New Entertainment Opportunities
Eric Olders, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman at JVH group, said: “The opening of the regulated Dutch online gambling market has been subject to a number of serious delays over the years, but finally it is going to happen.
I can promise our players that the live gaming experience they will be able to enjoy at our online casino will be well worth the wait. Selecting from the world-class Evolution games portfolio, we will be able to offer our players an exceptional online mix of casino classics and game show-style entertainment that goes beyond simply replicating a visit to a traditional casino venue. In Evolution, we are confident that we have found a trusted partner to make this happen.”
Johan Nordstrom, Chief Executive Officer Malta and Chief Commercial Officer at Evolution, added: “We are very proud to have been chosen by JVH group, a company with an impressive 60-year heritage in the Dutch gaming market. We very much look forward to achieving high levels of success through a close partnership with them in this new and extremely exciting online market.”
Evolution has recently completed one of the biggest transactions in the industry as it merged with NetEnt in a deal worth around 2.2 billion dollars.