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Evolution goes live with several brands

5 May 2021

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Evolution today announced that it has gone live in the U.K. with online casino services for Entain plc group’s Ladbrokes and Coral brands, with the Gala Casino and Gala Bingo brands to follow. Entain plc is one of the world’s largest sports-betting and gaming groups. It already partners with Evolution for the provision of online casino in a number of major European and US gaming markets.

This latest Evolution and Entain agreement will see Evolution launch its full suite of online games on Ladbrokes, Coral and Gala online platforms in the UK, starting with a selection of Evolution’s award-winning live game shows including Lightning Roulette and Crazy Time going live at and

The full suite of Evolution live casino games and game shows, including Evolution’s upcoming release, Gonzo’s Treasure Hunt Live, will be added in the coming weeks, as will Evolution’s First Person RNG games. All of the games are available to players on smartphone, tablet and desktop.

In addition to the new Evolution games line-up, Ladbrokes, Coral and Gala already offer their players world-leading online slots titles from Evolution’s NetEnt and Red Tiger brands.

Richard Barr, Gaming Director at LadbrokesCoral, said: “We are enormously excited to provide our thousands of players in the UK and globally with Evolution’s world-class online games.”

Gavin Hamilton, Commercial Director, Europe for Evolution commented: “The UK market is a particularly important market for us. We are delighted that Ladbrokes, Coral and Gala customers will now have access to the full breadth of Evolution Group online games, including our very latest gaming innovations.”

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