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PAF selects Evolution dedicated Live Casino tables
Evolution Gaming, the world leader in video-streamed Live Dealer gaming, has signed an agreement with Paf that will enable the Åland-based charitable gaming company to enter the Live Casino market with three online dedicated tables.
This first-ever Paf Live Casino service will feature one Live Roulette and two Live Blackjack tables available to online customers 24/7. Each live table will be set in a fully branded dedicated environment, complete with rendered backdrops and with dealers dressed in Paf company attire.
Paf, the “good cause-driven gaming company” originated on the island of Åland in the Baltic Sea. The company was founded here not for tax reasons but because voluntary organisations on the island decided in 1966 to pool their resources and generate money for good causes. Paf is publically owned and operates under a licence from the Åland government.
Thomas Lundberg, Deputy CEO and Director of Paf.com, said: “We have a history of developing our own unique games and allowing customers to play among friends and have fun. Evolution Live Casino fits perfectly with our ethos. The games, the platform and the infrastructure are world class – and very importantly for us, Evolution’s dedicated environments give us the ability to customise our Live Casino tables and make them uniquely Paf.
Lundberg added: “We are very confident in our new Live Casino offering, which is why we will launch from day one with three fully branded dedicated tables and also add Live Casino as a top-level navigation tab at paf.com.”
Fredrik Osterberg, Evolution Sales Director commented: “We are delighted to be working with Paf, an organisation that raises huge sums for good causes and uses profit to improve lives. This is Paf’s first venture into Live Casino and we are proud to provide the Live Casino platform that gives them the flexibility they need, not only to launch but also to grow and develop the service in the future.”