December 3, 2019 was a big day for NetEnt, the online casino game developer hailing from Sweden. On the 3rd, the company presented its new Auto Roulette Studio, a product aimed at enhancing the organisation’s portfolio.
The Auto Roulette Studio integrates Classic, Rapid, and VIP versions of this game into one immersive environment. It is seeking to modernise the look and feel of a regular casino by giving it a digital twist. This is being accomplished thanks to blue-screen technology delivering the ideal live gambling experience, the excellent use of innovative camera angles, and HD streaming.
This new product offers players a contemporary, dynamic setting that elegantly lights up in shades of gold and red. The 3 different game wheels are viewable one screen, but players can switch between them thanks to the user-friendly design that aims to suit different styles of play. It is suited for diverse markets thanks to voice-over capabilities in 12 different languages.
Director of NetEnt Live Andres Rengifo that his company is one of the first to provide this kind of multi-wheel experience, describing Auto Roulette as one of his organisation’s biggest for the year. He said that it perfectly underlines the scalability his brand can offer operators.
NetEnt’s latest live casino game releases have ensured that the developer remains at the vanguard of this very fierce subdivision of the online industry. This debut follows their October rollout of their Network Branded Casino experience, which includes 3 product tiers that allow for ever-deeper customisation levels. The entry-level features more general backgrounds and the fully tailored rank offers bespoke options to individual associates.
NetEnt has stated that each of these 3 levels delivers an immersive experience of its own, allowing operators to develop the kind of live casino that will create a strong player following. This will be, in part, thanks to the professionalism and personability of the highly trained croupiers.
This product will feature 2 different rooms, one dedicated to Blackjack and the other including variants of 21 and the King of Casino Games. The first room will have 2 standard Blackjack tables and 1 for VIPS while the other will offer Perfect and Common Draw Blackjack as well as Roulette. Players will easily be able to move between these tables and room without first having to return to the lobby.
All in all, NetEnt looks like they are working hard to cement their reputation in the live dealer sector, and offer other developers a run for their money at the same time.