NetEnt said this week that it has crafted and rolled out three Baccarat tables. Two of them are featured in its physical studio to provide the company’s operator partners and their players with an authentic casino experience.
As for the third Baccarat table, it is available as a standalone table that leverages the company’s chroma key technology and aims to provide online gambling operators with an affordable solution that can be customized quickly and seamlessly in a manner that best suits their brand.
Each new Baccarat table comes with two different camera angles, offering a fully immersive experience. An unlimited number of players can play at the tables, it also became known.
NetEnt’s new Baccarat product is the latest enhancement the company has introduced as part of its strategy to establish itself as one of the market leaders in the competitive and fast-growing live casino sector.
Over the past year and the half, NetEnt’s Live division has launched several new games, including its Perfect Blackjack and Auto Roulette Studio products, and has expanded its live casino studio in Qormi, Malta by adding three new standard blackjack tables to strengthen its operations and increase its client base.
Commenting on their latest announcement, NetEnt Live Director Andres Rengifo said that the launch of their Baccarat title will allow them to “reach new players and support the needs of our partners for innovative game variants that attract a wider and more diverse audience.”
Mr. Rengifo went on to say that as part of their localization strategy, the new Baccarat game will complement the company’s existing Blackjack and Roulette offering and thus help it expand its footprint in the live casino sector.
NetEnt is soon set to be acquired by Live Casino specialist Evolution in a deal that values the company at SEK19.6 billion (approx. $2.2 billion). Evolution tabled its acquisition offer this past summer.
The deal is currently under review by the UK Competition and Markets Authority. The regulator is expected to announce its decision on whether the transaction can close and the two companies can combine by mid-November. The combination is also subject to approval from NetEnt’s shareholders.
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