Vera&John Launching Live Dealer Casino Games with Evolution Gaming

Vera&John Casino announced today that they will be launching a European faced live casino in partnership with Evolution Gaming, one of the leading live dealer casino providers in the world. The deal will allow Vera&John to use Evolution Gaming’s tables and offer new games to their players.

The players will be able to play live roulette games, live blackjack, live baccarat, live three card poker and also live casino Hold’em. The product will be called Casino Paris and offers Evolution Gaming’s full suite of mobile products, providing Vera&John with a total of well over 130 mobile games.

“As we continue to push ahead as the leaders in pure casino entertainment, we know the inherent value the addition of a European Live Casino will bring to our portfolio of superb games. With Evolution Gaming as our partner we remain true to our word when we say we are committed to delivering a more relevant and localised offering – with a guaranteed focus on access to quality” Kristel Tonna, Head of Gaming with Vera&John said in a press release.

Casino Paris is the third live casino offerings that Vera&John integrates in their casino site, with Casino Macau and Casino Singapore being launched back in mid-2013, targeting other markets than Europe.

“Vera&John’s aim has always been to create the most fun and inspiring online casino in the world. Our world-leading live casino is a great fit with that vision and we are delighted to be playing a key role in bringing Vera&John players even more fun via their desktops, tables and smartphones” Fredrik Osterberg, Chief Commercial Officer at Evolution Gaming commented in a press release.

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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