PLAYTECH ROLLS OUT THREE NEW LIVE DEALER GAMES
The online casino software games developer, Playtech, has released new titles to its portfolio. It was reported today that the group has rolled out three new live game titles, much to the delight of its Live Dealer game fans.
The games include two variants of Live Roulette and a revamped version of Live Hi-Lo.
According to Playtech, the new Spread-Bet Roulette “adds a new twist to traditional roulette play”. The game comes with a unique side bet feature for an extra chance to win. With the physical wheel of Live Roulette, as well as the Spin a Win reel, players essentially have a good chance to boost their bankrolls significantly.
The new Live American Roulette can be played in the Live Grande Royale room and is especially geared towards high rollers.
Finally, the Hi-Lo Club game is a revamped version of a popular Playtech Live Dealer game. It has a fun ‘Miami in the ‘80s’ theme, boasting neon lights and an exciting soundtrack.
The head of live innovation for live casino at Playtech, Kevin Kilminster, commented on the new Live Dealer games.
“The demand for experience-focused gameplay amongst the modern generation of Live Casino players is stronger than ever,” he said. “Live Casino is part of the entertainment industry as well as the gambling industry – the presentation and atmosphere we can deliver is what makes players choose Live over standard RNG games. With the addition of American Roulette, Hi-Lo Club and Spread-Bet Roulette to our range, we can offer players an even more immersive and exciting entertainment experience.”
In the meantime, players are reporting on a fantastic gaming experience with Playtech’s recently released title, Bowling Frenzy.
The game has an incredible rock ‘n roll soundtrack, a 50’s theme and state of the art 3D graphics. Players can enjoy bonus features such as 10 respins, extra spins, a King Pin Cash bonus and stacked wilds.
“With an attractive entry-level spin price, we’re confident that Bowling Frenzy will appeal to a wide range of players, as well as operators looking to broaden their reach and expand their portfolios,” said Playtech’s James Frendo.