Evolution Signs Deal With JVH Group

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Live dealer group Evolution has announced that they've signed a deal with JVG group to supply online live casino services within the Dutch market.

The Netherlands is primed to begin offering regulated online betting next year, and the deal will see JVH's online casino brands getting full access to Evolution's live dealer services. Under the terms of the deal JVH will provide webcast versions of games blackjack, roulette, baccarat, and RNG draw games. JVH is a market leader in the Netherlands, as it oversees more than 80 casinos in the country, including the Jack's Casino brand.

"We are very proud to have been chosen by JVH group, a company with an impressive 60-year heritage in the Dutch gaming market," said Evolution CEO Johan Nordstrom. "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."

JVH group CEO Eric Olders added: "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."

As of press time regulated online betting is slated to come to the Netherlands on September 1st, 2021, although that date is subject to change.

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