To begin with, the studio would host five blackjack tables and a roulette studio, followed by additional tables and games which would be added over the next two months.
Commenting on the deal, Playtech chief operating officer Shimon Akad said: “As the parent company behind some of the most iconic brands in online gambling, GVC has been a key partner for us for many years, and we’re delighted to be extending that partnership with the development of Elevation.”
“We’ve significantly invested in our live casino technology and facilities in recent years, in addition to continually diversifying our content – so in a year when we’ve done more than ever to enhance our product, it seems only fitting to be working with an industry leader to deliver an ever-more innovative live experience.”
Earlier in the year, Playtech also inked an extended partnership deal with GVC following which their entire suite of games now features across GVC’s brands in multiple markets including the UK, Spain, Italy, and Georgia.
Last month, Playtech launched its first online casino in Switzerland after the new regulations that came into effect earlier this year.
Playtech has partnered with Swiss Casino, the country’s leading gambling operator which runs four gambling venues in Switzerland.