Evolution Gaming to Partner With Grand Casino Baden

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Live dealer specialist Evolution Gaming has announced that they've signed a content deal with Grand Casino Baden and will provide live dealer games to www.jackpots.ch as a result.

The deal will be Evolution's first steps into the Swiss market and will see the group's games like blackjack, roulette, and poker titles. The games are slated to go live on July 1st when the market officially opens up. All games provided by Evolution will be playable on desktop and mobile devices, allowing maximum compatibility for players.

Grand Casino Baden is one of the largest land casinos in Switzerland, offering a slew of poker events as well as gaming machines and table games.

Evolution's James Stern spoke about the deal, revealing: "We are of course delighted to have been chosen by another of Switzerland's top land-based casinos. The Evolution portfolio fits perfectly with Grand Casino Baden's "House of Entertainment" concept. We are very confident that our live games portfolio, including not only casino classics but also Game Show style games, will prove to be very popular indeed with the casino's clientele and will also help to attract further new visitors to the land-based venue."

Grand Casino Baden CFO Marcel Tobler added: "This was an easy decision for us. Evolution has an excellent record in helping its licensees to launch world-class Live Casino services into regulated markets globally. At Grand Casino Baden we pride ourselves on providing an unrivaled range of offers and service to our players. Harnessing Evolution's Live Casino will undoubtedly help us to consolidate and develop our position as one of Europe's most highly regarded casinos."

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