The provider launches new tables for its Baccarat, Speed Baccarat and Blackjack products, along with a new Ruby studio
Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the iGaming industry, has expanded the breadth of its Live Casino offering, launching numerous new tables across its Baccarat, Speed Baccarat and Blackjack range, including a new Ruby studio.
The provider’s Blackjack product has seen the addition of 15 new tables made available to operators through the new Ruby studio. This new selection of tables offers a complete and superior presentation of the classic card game.
The Ruby studio evokes a luxurious environment, with players able to enjoy the serene surroundings while experiencing a state-of-the-art blackjack product.
Play enhancements include popular side bets Perfect Pairs and 21+3, while a Bet Behind option makes each seat of the table multi-player and the Early Decisions feature makes gameplay smooth and engaging.
Two new tables have been added to Speed Baccarat, with the fast-paced title taking the traditional style of play and creating an experience of constant engagement. Each game round takes just 27 seconds, while the betting time is limited to 12 seconds, and the cards are dealt face up as soon as the betting time is over.
An additional table has also been added to the classic version of the game Baccarat. All Baccarat tables come in the Regular Mode, but players can also switch to No-Commission Mode at any time. The Super 6 side bet can be won if the Banker beats the Player with a total of six points, paid at 15:1 with any other outcome representing a loss. Both Baccarat and Speed Baccarat tables will be available from 23rd February.
A number of these tables come with Pragmatic Play’s Chroma Solutions technology, which allows for bespoke customisation to accurately represent operators’ brands. The games showcase Pragmatic Play’s commitment to meeting a wider range of player preferences with faster and more concise Live Casino experiences.
Broadcasted live from Pragmatic Play’s modern studio with 4K camera technology, the new Live Casino titles sit within its award-winning games portfolio, which features over 200 innovative HTML5 products.
Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Alongside new and innovative game types we’re also committed to regularly enhancing our existing range of classic player favourites and we’re delighted with the additional options now available.
“The new tables offer a fast-paced experience similar to the immersive nature of traditional casinos, and they will help maintain our drive to provide the best in Live Casino to as diverse a player demographic as possible.”
Pragmatic Play currently produces up to five new Slot titles a month, while also delivering Live Casino, Virtual Sports and Bingo games as part of its multi-product portfolio, available through one single API.