July 20, 2022 – CasinoBloke
Leading live content provider, Evolution, has signed a deal with Holland Online that will see its slot brands NetEnt and Red Tiger available to players in the Dutch market. The provider’s slot brands have signed an agreement for the supply of their full catalogue of online slots to Holland Casino Online.
Terms of the Deal
Holland Casino Online customers will soon be able to enjoy titles from both NetEnt and Red Tiger. The top-performing titles include Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest Megaways, and Primate King, among others. Additionally, the Dutch operator will also be able to benefit from the jackpots and other player engagement tools that these two brands have to offer.
Holland Casino Online’s Jeroen Verkroost, says: “Holland Casino Online is always looking for ways to extend and enhance our players’ online gaming experience. We are thrilled to have partnered with Evolution to offer their innovative games to our audience in the Netherlands.”
Evolution’s James Jones, adds: “We are very happy to have partnered with Holland Casino Online. We know their players will love having the chance to play so many Red Tiger and NetEnt slot titles. They will also have the chance to win big progressive jackpot payouts too.”
He also adds how this deal marks another step in Evolution’s journey in the Dutch market. It is also a great chance to expand their presence by working with fantastic operators such as Holland Casino Online.
About Holland Casino Online
Holland Casino Online has been operating since 1976 as a government agency. It is regulated by the Ministry of Security and Justice. It operates 14 land-based casinos across the country. As a foundation with the Ministry of Finance as a quasi-shareholder, it pays its net profit to the Dutch government, excluding transfers to its equity capital.
The operator has launched its online offering in October 2021. Since then it brings a wide choice of gambling and betting opportunities to online players. They include casino and poker games, sports betting, and bingo.