Evolution will expand its NJ live studio
28
11.2019

Twenty-Six New Tables as Evolution will expand its NJ live studio

By Sophie Couard
Evolution Gaming has been granted permission to expand its New Jersey studio.

Back in September, we wrote a blog about Evolution Gaming obtaining their license from the PGCB in Pennsylvania to begin offering live casino. Today, Evolution Gaming is back in our news as they were recently granted permission to expand their New Jersey live casino studio. We've got a summary about how Evolution will expand its NJ live studio next.

Evolution will expand its NJ live studio

Evolution Gaming continues to make inroads in the US with another announcement that the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has granted Evolution Gaming with the permission needed to expand its studio, opened in 2018, in Atlantic City. The expansion will almost double the studio's capacity from just over 3,150 square feet to almost 5,400 square feet. Twenty-six new tables will be added, which includes twenty-four Blackjack tables, Money Wheel table and Side Bet City table.

New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement

The expansion will see them almost double their studio capacity.

Subject to conditions

The granting of the expansion was subject to terms including the recording of all tables: active and inactive on CCTV. The recordings must be reachable from the Division of Gaming Enforcement's monitoring system.

They will add 24 blackjack tables, a Money Wheel table and Side Bet City table.

About Evolution Gaming

Evolution Gaming is a publicly listed company in Sweden and the US NASDAQ. They provide live-streaming casino systems in Europe of roulette, blackjack, Monopoly live, baccarat and more. With the announcement that Evolution will expand its NJ live studio, players will be able to find even more ways to play.

By Sophie Couard
By Sophie Couard - EDITOR

I am a great fan of gambling, I became a croupier to finance my studies. After my high school diploma in economic and social sciences , I obtained a bachelor's degree in economics and then a master in philosophy with a thesis on player behavior. After working in an online casino customer support, I became a writer on FeedBack Casino.