Evolution Gaming has come a long way since they opened their doors in Riga, Latvia, 2006. It took them four years to win their first international award, and now they can’t stop winning them. They launched their mobile gaming offering in 2012. In 2013, Evolution Gaming opened their Spain studio, just as the Riga studio produced their 100th live table game, which made Evolution Gaming the largest single-site casino operation in Europe. A year later, Evolution Gaming opened up their Maltese studio, which is their hub for international dealer teams and localised tables.
2015 was a big year for Evolution Gaming as they were listed on the Nasdaq First North Premier in March, so people could get some Evolution shares. In the same year, the Dual Play solution was released and the opening of their Belgian office. Furthermore, the fifth Evolution Gaming studio was opened in 2016 in Romania, and there were hubs opened in the Netherlands and Estonia. In 2017, Evolution Gaming was listed on the Nasdaq Nordic in June and launched the iconic live casino game Dream Catcher.
Evolution Gaming acquired Ezugi in 2018 and expanded across the pond in Canada and the first USA Live Casino Studio in New Jersey. There was another hub built-in in Tbilisi, Georgia as well. Lightning Roulette was also released in 2018 as well. In the next year, Evolution Gaming expanded their game show category with exclusive launches of Monopoly and Deal or No Deal Live.
In the last two years, Evolution Gaming has acquired a number of major software providers to get a real stronghold on the industry. In 2020, they acquired NetEnt, NetEnt Casino and Red Tiger and this year, they have entered into an agreement to acquire Big Time Gaming, who are best known for Megaways slots. Evolution Gaming also released the first VR slot game in Gonzo’s Treasure Hunt Live.