Denmark's state-controlled gaming operator Danske Spil has gone live with its Evolution Gaming-powered fully branded live casino offering.
The new service was launched yesterday, allowing Danish players to play live roulette and live blackjack tables hosted at Evolution’s Malta studios. It follows a deal between the two companies in February of this year.
Søren Schneider, head of casino, poker and games at Danske Licens Spil, said: “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 per cent Danish live casino. Also, by tapping into Evolution’s Riga studio resources we have an immensely scalable service that can flex to meet demand.”
The dedicated tables sit within a studio area devoted exclusively to Danske Spil, and feature the operator’s design, décor and branding throughout, as well as dedicated teams of native speaking Danish dealers and chat moderators.
The live dealer games are available on desktop initially, with access on iPhone, iPad and leading Android tablets and smartphone scheduled to go live soon.
Danske Spil players will be also able to access further live roulette and blackjack games hosted at Evolution’s studios in Latvia, as well as other Evolution games including live casino hold’em, mini live roulette and Evolution’s multi-camera immersive roulette.
Evolution Gaming’s chief commercial officer Fredrik Osterberg said that the company was “very proud” to launch the first ever native speaking dealer live casino for Denmark.
“This is one of the largest integration projects we have undertaken,” he said. “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.”