Goldbet signs live agreement with Evolution Gaming

Published: 17/08/07

Austrian sports book company Goldbet has signed an agreement with Evolution Gaming to use its pioneering live dealer platform – the latest in a series of successful deals for Evolution, firmly putting them on the path to success.

Jens von Bahr, CEO of Evolution Gaming, said; “Evolution Gaming has once again proven itself to be the leading live gaming provider. We are confident about the product and continue to enhance the quality and products on offer and the signing of big brand names come as no surprise to us.’

Ivana Ivanovic, Managing Director of Goldbet, commented: “GoldBet is very pleased to have joined forces with Evolution Gaming in order to bring its customers what it feels is the leading live dealer offering on the market. The addition of the Live Dealer casino to our gaming portal serves to further strengthen the GoldBet and GoldWin Casino brands”

GoldBet is an innovative and rapidly growing online sports betting and gaming company with its Head Office located in Innsbruck, Austria. Primarily a Southern European facing Sportsbook, Goldbet also runs the GoldWin Casino and GoldWin Poker brands offering an exciting range of gaming products to internet users.

Goldbet executive management have over 10 years combined experience in European betting and gaming enterprises. Over 100,000 customers have placed stakes directly with Goldbet and through its growth and continued expansion in Southern and Eastern Europe GoldBet is fast becoming a well known name in the gaming world.

Goldbet Sportwetten GmbH was formed in Innsbruck in 2000 and was acquired in 2004 by 365 Media Group plc (formerly UKBetting plc), which was a UK listed company at the time. In January 2007, 365 Media Group was acquired by British Sky Broadcasting Group plc (“BSkyB”), operator of the leading pay TV platform in the UK.

Evolution Gaming was established in 2006 and has the first and only live casino studio in Europe, offering Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat.

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