The offices of Evoplay Entertainment are based in Malta, but they also have a development center in Ukraine (where they got their start), along with partnerships signed in Europe, CIS and Asia. Evoplay Entertainment uses a gaming license from Curacao, along with additional licenses from Malta and UK.
With Full HD graphics, their games are also adaptive to different types of screens and devices, so they work equally well on desktops, mobile phones and tablets. Their games are also translated in 6 languages at the moment, and they can be played with all major types of regular and crypto currencies.
The company has its own software platform as well, which casinos can use or integrate alongside their other modules. Fully secured, modular and designed to handle big loads, their platform will also integrate a number of established payment systems, which can be used for players to deposit or withdraw cash from online casinos.
These days, their games are recognized for the very high quality of their design, and often enough there will be innovative elements added in, such as 3D graphics, to mention just one example. I love that they are certified with eCOGRA and that they get their RNG systems tested.
It started out as a developer that was based in Ukraine, and it was launched in 2017. In time, as they expanded and reached many new casinos, they also opened offices in places like Malta or Germany, and signed partnerships with gaming companies from all over the world.
They obtained their first gaming license from Curacao’s authorities, but then made steps to obtain the same from Malta’s Gaming Association and from the UK Gambling Commission.
For the most part though, they have remained a fairly low key company, which has grown a lot over the years, without making big waves. The quality of their games is not contested though, they’ve done a great job with them, and they continue to do so.
These days, there are hundreds of casinos where they are present, though their popularity is higher in some countries, compared with others. Some of the areas where they seem to be popular, and found at dozens of local casinos, include Ukraine, Germany, Finland, Russia, Canada, Japan and Norway, though they are present in about 20+ other countries as well.
Evoplay Entertainment Casino Games
As far as content goes, Evoplay Entertainment has a decent collection of casino games so far, though considering that they’ve been around since 2017, it appears that they are mostly the kind to launch stuff of higher quality, not quantity. In total, they have 96 casino games right now, with 67 slot machines, 8 card games, 2 roulette, 2 dice games, 2 scratch tickets and 13 of other types.
We’ll take a look at their slot machines here, since those are the ones that interest us most. They’re also the ones which allow for the most creativity, both in design and setup/features.
Among the more popular titles that they have right now, you will discover slots like Hot Triple Sevens, Elven Princesses, Rise of Horus, Animal Quest or Rocket Stars. There are plenty of other favorites of mine though, games where they show their creativity, and I would mention titles like Brutal Santa or Nuke World in this category.
Evoplay Entertainment Slots Graphics
It’s the graphics that will often get your attention when you try out a slot machine from Evoplay Entertainment, and it’s easy to see why. These are some of the best looking slot machines that I’ve seen anywhere, with modern graphics of the highest quality. It shows that there is a lot of work put into the presentation. These games will impress even before you get a chance to spin their reels.
I also love what they are doing in terms of themes, as they don’t rely just on the classics. You might be getting a biker Santa in a classic 3-reel slot (Brutal Santa), GTA-style mobsters in another (Syndicate) or cute post-apocalyptic creatures in Nuke World, and you will never get a chance to get bored.
It doesn’t stop at the game’s graphics either. There is just as much work that goes into the features that are implemented, and often enough I’ve seen them designed differently, so that they’re more fun. You get paylines in some, Cluster Pays in others, and then you also get features like wilds, multipliers, mega symbols, collected symbols, and more. Once again, definitely a plus for this developer.
Finally, when we get to payouts, we find a developer that seems to have something for everyone. I’ve found enough low-medium volatility options in there, to understand that the casual player is definitely targeted, but there are also some examples of games with high volatility (Syndicate, Rocket Stars, Hot Triple Sevens, Rise of Horus). The rewards themselves are not going to get to extremes, and typically the more impressive ones will be somewhere between 2,000x and 5,000x.