Award winning iGaming development studio, NetEnt, have once again bolstered their offering of live casino games. The company previously launched a range of dedicated Blackjack and Roulette tables, and speculation was rife as to which would the next game to receive the Live treatment.
It turns out that it was Baccarat next on the company’s list, with 3 dedicated tables now officially in operation at the Malta based broadcast studio. However, most interesting is how the company has decided to make use of the tables.
The first 2 have been added to the studio’s own, branded selection of games, providing operating partners with easy access. The third, however, has been slated for a different purpose. The table was shrewdly integrated with chroma key technology, meaning that operators are able to utilise the table, but insert their own choice of branding as they see fit, making for a remarkably flexible, and cost effective option.
Looking more closely at the new live casino games, it is clear that NetEnt went all out in making them as cutting edge as possible. Each setup comes with 2 dedicated, high quality cameras, both of which are operational at all times. When broadcasting, the option exists to switch between the cameras as is fitting, creating a seamless, truly immersive experience for players.
Either way, the new Baccarat tables are, certainly, further proof that the company is officially leaning heavily in into the live casino game market. Over the last year and half the in-house design team has been focusing less and less on slots, and more on live versions of games, seeming to indicate an intention to completely dominate the sector.
Additionally, Perfect Blackjack and Auto Roulette were launched just a few months ago, demonstrating just how much time and money the company is willing to sink into their live casino game expansion.
Andres Rengifo, NetEnt Live Director, shared a few thoughts on the situation. He stated that the Baccarat tables would, amongst other things, allow the studio to reach a wider, more diverse audience than ever before. Especially since, he elaborated, that a localizations strategy was now in full swing, meaning that each table was accessible by a larger global audience than ever before.
Rengifo went on to stress that, with the company’s portfolio having recently launched in Lithuania, the goal of expanding to every corner of globe was now truly within in reach.
No doubt, the industry will be interested to see where NetEnt goes from here.