Evolution Gaming Rolls Out Live Casino for Regulated Danske Spil

Evolution Gaming, the leading live casino streaming company, announced that they have launched a unique new online live casino for the regulated Danske Spil, in the Danish market. Danske Spil is a gaming company owned by the state and had monopoly on legal betting in Denmark until January 2012, where the market got liberalised.  

The new service includes dedicated tables only for Danske Spil and its customers, which features Danske Spil’s logo on the table, special decor and design as well as branding throughout the entire room. The dealers will of course be native Danish speakers and it will all be available both on desktops, but also on mobile devices.

Danske Spil will also have access to the regular Live Roulette and Blackjack tables hosted by Evolution Gaming from their studio in Latvia, along with live Casino Hold’em, Mini Live Roulette and Multi-Camera Immersive Roulette. All of these products combined will provide Danske Spil with a unique way to play online casino games.

Søren Schneider, Head of Casino, Poker & Games at Danske Licens Spil, commented: “Creating a dedicated environment within Evolution’s Malta studios has allowed us to strengthen our already market-leading brand online and be first to market with a 100% Danish Live Casino. Also, by tapping into Evolution’s Riga studio resources we have an immensely scalable service that can flex to meet demand.”

Fredrik Osterberg, Chief Commercial Officer at Evolution, added: “We are very proud to launch the first ever native speaking dealer Live Casino for Denmark on behalf of Danske Licens Spil. This is one of the largest integration projects we have undertaken. Alongside the implementation of the dedicated studio we have also delivered additional software development to meet the precise needs of the client and the Danish regulator. On top on that, we have sourced, recruited and trained a highly professional Danish speaking dealer team. The end result will be a world-class service for Danish speaking players on desktop, tablet and smartphone.”

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.  

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