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This week we saw several news reports involving live dealer casino brands floating around the iGaming news grapevines. In this news report, we’ll round up in short deals made, new games, and new software released.
In each section, you will find bite-sized updates covering Evolution’s NJ Lightning Blackjack live table game release, QUIK Live’s new Pariplay’s Fusion® partnership, Pragmatic Play’s new director of Peru appointment and Real Dealer Studio’s Vinny Jones CGI casino game release.
New Jersey Evolution Casinos Showcase Lightning Blackjack
The Evolution Lightning Blackjack live dealer table has made its way into New Jersey online casino operating under the NJDGE licencing. As with other ‘Lighting’ live casino titles, there are multipliers assigned via a random generator.
On this version of blackjack, those multipliers can be 2x up to 25x. Aside from this, the gameplay is still live with non-computer-generated results delivered via a real-life dealer streamed over HD webcams. There is a low 0.44% house edge, which is a theoretical RTP of 99.56% for those playing blackjack using basic strategy according to the table rules.
QUIK Live Dealer Links Up with the Pariplay’s Fusion® Platform
QUIK now has an aggregation platform deal with Pariplay’s Fusion® platform to widen the brand’s exposure to live dealer games. The deal is also an enhancement of the brand’s aggregator platform deals, which already include ORYX Gaming Hub and iSoftBet Game Aggregation Platform. Via online casinos and other aggregator delivery platforms connect to Pariplay’s Fusion® QUIK live casino titles such as 3 Draw Poker and Fortune Islands, Superbloc and the list of other hybrid lotto live dealer games will now feature.
QUIK Online Casino Deals: Since QUIK’s inauguration, the company has deals with EnergyCasino, Premier Gaming, LVBet and closed deals to deliver its games into the Bahamas.
Pragmatic Play Appoints a new Director for Peru iGaming Interests
A new company director will now take charge of Pragmatic Play’s Peru-based iGaming interests. Celeste Arredondo will take the position and work with the award-winning Vice President of Latin America, Victor Arias. With the new appointment, Pragmatic Play is clearly looking to bolster its presence and current momentum in the country. It has South America’s fourth largest population with 33 million people while it is the LatAm region’s fourth largest iGaming market in terms of population.
Over the past year, Pragmatic Play has been a little quiet in Peru. The company made a new partnership deal with VIP 365 which entailed a Bingo supply deal. Also, representatives of the software provider attended the Peru Gaming Show held in June this year. Aside from this, things have been quiet. However, the last time we saw a new appointment in the LatAm market, namely Argentina, we saw an explosion of new partnership deals and recently the approval for live casino game suppliers in the country.
Victor Arias commented: “Celeste has a wealth of knowledge and experience across several roles in the iGaming industry, and we’re thrilled to place her as our Country Director for Peru”.
Real Dealer Studios Releases Vinny Jones Themed Title
If you are a fan of Vinnie Jones the actor and ex-football legend, then you may want to tune into an online casino hosting the Real Dealer CGI casino game titles. The brand-new Vinnie Jones Roulette title is now available with the man himself filmed as the game’s croupier. The game’s setting is within a VIP gentleman’s gambling club played out on a European Roulette table.
How does CGI Work? Every result possible on the Roulette table for 0 to 36 has an individual recording using CGI tech giving you a live casino game look and feel. However, the results play out using an RNG. When the RNG hits a certain number, that video recording plays on the screen.