Stockholm-listed live dealer specialist Evolution Gaming has signed a landmark deal with Atlantic City's Resorts Casino Hotel to install its Dual Play Roulette table at the New Jersey venue.

In what Evolution describes as a historic agreement, the partnership will mark the first time the Dual Play table is installed in a venue outside of Europe, and the first time the table will feature the American (double-zero) variant of roulette.

"This is a landmark installation for Evolution, which gives online players across Europe the chance to experience the thrill of playing live at a pioneering Atlantic City casino," said James Stern, director of business development and land-based Sales at Evolution.

Resorts' new Evolution Dual Play table, which allows on-premise customers to play alongside online players, will feature five cameras installed on a customised rig and large screens designed to create a buzz around the gaming floor attraction.

The rig-mounted screens will feature the live-streamed game feed from the table and promotional messaging to better engage visiting customers.

"I am delighted that Resorts will be working with the market leader in Dual Play tables," said Mark Giannantonio, president and CEO of Resorts Casino Hotel. "Evolution Gaming has a reputation for providing the very best live casino and Dual Play solutions which is second to none.

"I believe that Dual Play will be a key attraction on our casino floor and a great way to expand our gaming product. Evolution also has an enviable track record in attracting and retaining Europe's leading operators, which will allow players to enjoy the experience of playing online at a real live American Roulette table here at Resorts."

The Dual Play table is scheduled to go live in Q3 and will be made available as a B2B service to Evolution's network of European licensees, which will be able to the Resorts Casino’s Dual Play American Roulette table to players.

Shares in Evolution Gaming Group AB (STO:EVO) were trading down 0.19 per cent at SEK544.50 per share in Stockholm Tuesday morning.

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