All Connecticut Online Casino Players Can Now Play Evolution Live Dealer Games

Written By Derek Helling on July 13, 2022Last Updated on July 18, 2022
Soft Launch From Evolution Connecticut Studio Within State

For Connecticut online casino players, the wait is officially over for live dealer games. Evolution Connecticut studio live dealer games have the digital table, quite literally, in the state.

Evolution ended a mandatory soft-launch period for its new studio in Connecticut on Monday, transitioning to a full launch. However, the product still faces some limitations that will hopefully end soon.

A soft launch of Evolution casino games in Connecticut

According to a press release from Evolution, the studio in Fairfield launched its product for all players on Monday, July 18. At full strength, the studio should employ almost 400 people.

The soft-launch period that preceded this launch is a standard operating procedure in Connecticut. When online casinos and online sports betting first began in the state, the operators followed the same practice.

Unfortunately, the wait continues for Evolution Gaming‘s full complement of live dealer games. Currently, the limitations on the type of games available have carried over from the soft-launch period.

Both online casino operators will offer live dealer games

The press release further states that Evolution’s studio presentations are now available on both DraftKings Casino and the FanDuel-powered Mohegan Sun Casino. However, only blackjack and roulette games are currently on the menu.

Evolution’s full offerings list several more games, like:

  • Baccarat
  • Craps
  • Dragon Tiger
  • Poker variants
  • Super Sic Bo

The release says more of those games will be available “later this year.” The eventual accessibility of all live dealer games, especially under Evolution’s brand, will put the online casino products in Connecticut on par with the same in any other US state.

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Derek Helling is the assistant managing editor of Playin USA. Helling focuses on breaking news, including legislation and litigation in the gaming industry. He enjoys reading hundreds of pages of a gambling bill or lawsuit for his audience. Helling completed his journalism degree at the University of Iowa.

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