Swedish developer of online casino content NetEnt has announced the launch of another new release, ready to strengthen its offering of live dealer games further.
NetEnt’s first-ever Baccarat game should attract fans of the live casino segment and become a valuable addition to the lineup of Roulette and Blackjack games.
According to NetEnt, three Baccarat tables have been launched, with two of them available in the developer’s brick and mortar studio, providing its partners and customers with a genuine casino experience.
The third table is a part of a standalone offering, leveraging the company’s chroma key technology. It represents an affordable solution that allows online gambling operators to quickly customise it in a way that best suits their needs.
Each of the tables has two different camera angles, ensuring a dynamic and immersive playing experience. Also, there’s no limit to the number of players that can take part in a game.
The launch of the new Baccarat game is an essential move for NetEnt, as the company tries to cement its position in the rapidly-growing live casino market.
NetEnt’s Live division has been very busy over the last year and a half, releasing several new titles, including Auto Roulette Studio and Perfect Blackjack, but also expanding the company’s live studio in Malta. The addition of three new blackjack tables has helped NetEnt draw new players and further bolster its reputation.
Speaking about the recent launch, Andres Rengifo, Director at NetEnt Live said the new game would allow the company to attract new players and support the needs of their partners who were looking for a more diverse audience.
Rengifo pointed out the new title would be a valuable addition to NetEnt’s offering of live dealer games and added he was confident it would help it increase its footprint in the rapidly-growing segment.
NetEnt Live has recently made its portfolio available to players in Lithuania, following a deal with Betsafe, an online casino brand owned by Betsson.
Live casino giant Evolution, is completing an acquisition deal for NetEnt in a move worth around $2.2 billion. At this moment, the UK Competition and Markets Authority is reviewing the deal. It’s expected the regulator will announce its final decision by the end of the month.
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