Evolution to Offer Custom Tables for win2day

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Austrian betting platform win2day, which provides betting services for the Oesterreichische Lotterien Gesellschaft m.b.H (Austrian Lotteries) announced that they're getting custom live dealer gaming tables provided by betting group Evolution.

The deal will see two blackjack tables and one roulette table being developed for the group with their own custom branding. Evolution and Austrian Lotteries have worked together for some time, as the operator has been streaming games like Infinite Blackjack, Lightning Roulette, and more. Slot companies NetEnt and Red Tiger (both Evolution subsidiaries) have also been providing their games.

Commenting on the agreement Evolution Head of Business Development James Jones said, "win2day offers a fantastic range of classic lottery games, casino games, bingo games and sports betting opportunities on a single website. We are proud to have worked closely with win2day to extend choice still further. The new dedicated tables provide win2day with exceptional flexibility in how their brand is presented online and how they engage with their players."

win2day's Patrick Kittl also spoke, noting: "At Austrian Lotteries our philosophy is to act responsibly, to always look to introduce innovation to better entertain our players, and to work in partnership. In Evolution we have a partner that helps us to fulfil all of these commitments through their world-class portfolio of products. We are very excited to be extending our live casino offering with these new tables, developed and branded specifically for win2day players."

No timeframe for the implementation of the games was available as of press time.

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