Evolution Titles Now Available in Argentina's Regulated Buenos Aires Province

Argentina’s Regulated Buenos Aires Province now has access to titles from Evolution, Red Tiger Gaming, NetEnt, and Big Time Gaming! (Image by HalloweenHJB at Pixabay.com)

Evolution’s quest for world dominance has recently taken another step forward. The leading live casino game’s provider has revealed that it has now entered the newly regulated Buenos Aires market in Argentina. As a result, the company has now become the first live brand to offer regulated live casino games in the province. Casino fans now have access to the full range of Evolution live titles, including popular titles such as Crazy Time, Lightning Roulette, Cash of Crash, Free Bet Blackjack, Craps, Gonzo’s Treasure Hunt, and Monopoly Live.

The firm has struck a content agreement deal with BetWarrior, a leading online casino that has recently launched because of the new regulations allowing online gambling. This allows anyone living in the Buenos Aires province to sign up to the casino and play each and every game in the Evolution portfolio. As Evolution also owns RNG developers NetEnt, Red Tiger, and Big Time Gaming, it also means players can access video slots and table games developed by those companies. The same applies to live casino games from Ezugi, another company acquired by Evolution.

The Autonomous City of Buenos Aires also has its own new regulations, and will soon start adding live games from Evolution. The company claims that when the appropriate regulation is implemented, players in this market will also have access to all the above.

Where there’s a regulated market, Evolution wants to be a part of it. This move establishes the company as the only live dealer brand in two markets in the LATAM region. The company is already available in most other markets, including across Europe, Eastern Europe, Asia, the UK, and North America.

Only 7 Entities Allowed a License in Buenos Aires Province

Until a new online gambling bill passed last year, online gambling was illegal in Buenos Aires despite it being legal everywhere else across Argentina. However, this new bill means that the whole country is now able to gamble online legally. The bill will allow 7 gambling entities to hold a license that allows them to offer their services in Argentina’s regulated Buenos Aires province. BetWarrior quickly made a move, as did other top operators, including William Hill and Bet365. To receive a license, each company had to pay $5.5 million when filing an application and a $65 million fixed payment once they’re issued the license. On top of that, the province will take 15% of revenues each year.

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