Netent Strengthens Live Dealer Portfolio With First Live Baccarat Game

Netent Strengthens Live Dealer Portfolio With First Live Baccarat Game November 4, 2020 November 4, 2020 Carolyn Dutton
 Industry November 4, 2020 by Carolyn Dutton
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Netent which is one of the most popular online casino game developers continues to make a big push into the live gaming market. The game developer recently unveiled a new addition to its live gaming portfolio. 

Netent has released its first ever live dealer baccarat game, which will have three baccarat tables. Two of these tables have already been set up in their physical studios to give players the feeling of a genuine casino experience.

The two Baccarat tables will be a nice addition to the live stable of roulette and blackjack variants. The third baccarat table is an individual table that comes with Netent’s signature chroma key technology. This was done to provide iGaming operators with a cost effective solution which can be easily customized.

Each of the three Baccarat tables is equipped with two camera angles designed to provide players with an unrivaled immersive experience. These baccarat tables also have room to accommodate an unlimited number of players.

The unveiling of the new live baccarat game shows that Netent is serious about establishing its brand in the competitive live dealer casino sector. The developer has released a number of exciting live dealer offerings in the last 18 months which include live titles like Auto Roulette and Perfect Blackjack. Netent also introduced three new standard blackjack tables in Qormi, Malta in an attempt to increase its live offerings and expand its client base.

Premier Player In Live Dealer Market

Andres Rengifo, Netent’s Live Director said that the unveiling of the new baccarat line of games was going to give them the ability to not only reach new players but to provide support for Netent’s partners with the sole aim of attracting a more diverse and a wider gaming audience.

The biggest player in the live dealer casino space is Evolution Gaming. Netent will not have to compete with Evolution Gaming because Evolution is currently in the process of acquiring Netent in a deal that is estimated to be $2.2 billion.

The buyout is still under consideration by the UK Competition and Markets Authority with a decision expected to be made by mid-November. The merger is also dependent on the agreement and approval of Netent’s major shareholders.

Netent has also recently made available its gaming offerings in Lithuania through Betsafe, a sports betting and an online casino franchise owned by Betsson  

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