Monday, 23 March 2020

Pragmatic Play Launches New Baccarat And Roulette Live Casino Games

Pragmatic Play Live Casino

Pragmatic Play has continued to extend its live casino offering with some new games.

The leading game provider began launching its own selection of live casino games last year and has continued to develop and launch new content. This week, the developer announced the release of three new live games; Baccarat, Speed Baccarat, and Roulette Macao.

According to Pragmatic Play, the firm’s new Baccarat live game follows all of the traditional rules of the game as well as the features expected of the game, but “with a Pragmatic Play twist”. The developer states that all players will have access to clear statistical trends showing the total pot and quantity of players for Player, Banker, and Tie bet fields, as well as side bets.

Pragmatic Play explains that all of its Baccarat live games come in Regular Mode but players are able to switch to a No-Commission mode during gameplay by pressing the Super 6 button within the game’s interface. According to the developer, the Super 6 bet can be won if the Banker beats the Player with a total of 6 points and is paid at 15:1.

Speed Baccarat uses traditional gameplay but elevates it to a brand new level to increase excitement since every game takes only 27 seconds. Under the game’s rules, players are given a limited betting time of only 12 seconds and all cards are dealt face-up for immediate results.

Pragmatic Play’s final game, Roulette Macao, aims to evoke “the feel and gameplay of luxurious land-based resorts around the globe.” The game is broadcasted from Pragmatic Play’s live studio and uses 4K camera technology. Roulette Macao includes all traditional Roulette features and is compatible with a range of languages.

What They Say

Lana Bleichyk, the Live Casino Operations Manager at Pragmatic Play, said in a statement: “We are continually looking at ways to innovate and expand our Live Casino portfolio and we have achieved this through the addition of these titles. Baccarat is a highly popular live casino game, despite its simplicity, so we are looking forward to seeing big engagement with this one.”

She continued, saying: “With the creation of a fast-paced live casino title, Speed Baccarat, we endeavour to appeal to players who enjoy the immersive nature of a traditional casino, coupled with the accessibility of a modern-day, mobile experience.”

The new games are some of Pragmatic Play’s latest, and follows previous live game releases including Roulette, Blackjack, and various country-based Roulette games including Germany, Russia, Turkey, and Italy. More games are expected to launch within the coming months but Pragmatic’s current catalogue of live games has already earned significant praise.

Since launching its live games, Pragmatic Play, which recently launched its Dance Party slot, has been signing content agreements to provide its live games to various operators worldwide. Some of the recent agreements have been signed with PlayFortuna, Pomadorro, LeoVegas Casino, SkillOnNet, Pragmatic Play, and more.