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Internet live casino group Evolution Gaming has announced that they're gearing up to launch their new service in New Jersey, with 10 tables expected to launch when the group goes live.
The announcement came in the company's first half financial update, which also revealed that revenues were up 35% to €110 million, with EBITDA also up nearly a third to €48 million. The company is expected to launch in New Jersey during this quarter, with the company previously having agreements with Resorts Casino Hotel, Ocean Resort Casino, and 888.
Commenting on the games Evolution CEO Martin Carlesund said, "More games and tables will then be released gradually, including dedicated tables for specific operators.
"We see continued favourable demand for tables … and expect to have a total of more than 500 in operation at the end of the year.
"Similar to our historical pattern, we are leveraging our size and utilising our expanded resources for optimum efficiency, with each new table being optimised and delivering more over time.
"I can state that we are continuing to deliver on our ongoing mission to continuously extend the gap between us and our competitors."
The company also revealed that revenues in regulated markets was down slightly from the prior quarter, but up 31% from last year. The rest of the world saw growth of 25%, up from 22% the prior quarter.
We'll post updates as readers as the games go live in the Garden State.