Leading live casino online NZ specialist Evolution believe they’ve done something right with their so-called “entertainment-first” strategy. This after the provider posted experienced massive growth during Q3. Evolution said this week the third quarter of 2021 has been an exceptionally busy period with “high activity”.
CEO Martin Carlesund recently confirmed a 97 per cent year-on-year growth trajectory. This puts revenue earned during Q3 at a significantly higher €276 million, which is a massive hike when compared to 2020’s €140 million for the same period.
Focus On The Player PaysOff
Carlesund appeared extremely pleased with the figures. He added that the incredible year-on-year growth is proof once again of the high efficacy of the studio’s approach of focusing on the casino online NZ entertainment value presented to the end-user, being the player.
The leading online gaming studio is currently putting the final touches on a complete reshaping of its RNG business. This has obviously included the integration of NetEnt, as well as the rebuilding of the supplier’s technical platform.
And while this has led to fewer new iGaming title releases for most of 2021, the studio is now set to continue full speed ahead into 2022. Carlesund said the studio has been working hard at creating a “One Stop Shop” for casino online NZ operators by creating a single platform from which all future Evolution content will be reached.
The CEO said while such a fully integrated platform is a major step for the studio as well as its operator partners, the real beneficiaries will be the end-users.
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Of the €276 million generated in terms of revenue, a sizeable €214.5 million has come from the studio’s live casino offerings. This marks a 5.3 per cent increase when compared to the €203.7 million generated during Q2.
RNG increased too, and by 16 per cent to a stunning €61.5 million for the three-months-long period.
When considering how Evolution has performed in terms of its “Rest of Europe” segment, revenue dropped by a slight margin from €104 million to €103.2 million. This is largely due to difficulties experienced within the Dutch and German markets.
Both Asia as well as North America finished significantly higher than last year. Asia-revenue increased by 16.7 per cent to €76.7 million, while North America showed a 17.2 per cent improvement to €31.9 million.
As for the performance of the year to date, Evolution marked a super increase of 100 per cent, thereby doubling its casino online NZ and international revenue to a massive €768.5 million.