Evolution has confirmed its entry into the US online gaming market with a popular slot games provider, Nolimit City.

Evolution Confirms Entry Into US Online Gaming Market With Nolimit City

It is now the first time that the gaming company has opened in all six states that are under the gaming jurisdiction at the same time and will use the award winning slot game to do.

The six states that are under the necessary laws are Connecticut, Delaware, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia – finding great success in the Michigan online casino market.

Initially, the Nolimit City slot that will be open to gamblers in the United States is Buffalo Hunter, which is set in a the American prairie and hands powers to ‘mighty buffalo.’

It is loaded with free spin features, high multipliers and has a ‘Stampede Super Bonus’ feature and accumulates a lot of bonuses at once.

Additionally, Tombstone will give players in the US an extremely high volatility rate and offers the chance of a 11,456x stake maximum win opportunity.

Other games on offer will be, East Coast vs West Coast, Deadwood xNudge and the former is set in the Wild West with interesting features.

CEO at Evolution for North America, Jacob Claesson, spoke about the new launch and how the company will deliver ‘unparalleled gaming experiences’ in the US.

He said (Via Evolution): “The launch of the Nolimit City brand in the US marks a significant step for Evolution Group. We are committed to delivering unparalleled gaming experiences that redefine entertainment standards, and the outstanding slots from Nolimit City with their renowned mechanics and edgy themes encapsulate this perfectly.”

Malcom Mizzi, COO and Commercial director at Nolimit City, also added onto the point and is looking forward to the feedback from customers.

He said (Via Nolimit City): “Our games are famous for their highly volatile math models and daring content and gameplay, so we are really looking forward to the reaction of online slots players in the US. Since the earliest days we have been heavily influenced by US themes. One only has to look at the titles in our games portfolio to see what a massive moment the US launch will be for our team.”