NetEnt Live Expands its Portfolio with Baccarat Addition
NetEnt has unveiled its first-ever Baccarat live casino game, widening the appeal of its offering with a high-speed, scalable product that meets demands for new game variants.
The supplier has developed three-speed Baccarat tables, two of which feature in its physical studio to offer an authentic casino experience and add to its existing collection of Blackjack and Roulette games.
The other is available as a stand-alone table that leverages NetEnt’s state-of-the-art chroma key technology, providing operator partners with an affordable solution that can be instantly customized to suit their brand.
Each table has been launched with two different camera angles for maximum immersive and can reach an unlimited number of players simultaneously, adding to the product’s scalability.
The addition of Baccarat follows a series of product advancements launched by NetEnt Live in the last 18 months, including the development of its Physical Studio. These upgrades have triggered a wave of commercial growth for the business, with the supplier recently securing significant deals with leading partners in Sweden and Lithuania.
“The launch of Baccarat will allow us to reach new players and support the needs of our partners for innovative game variants that attract a wider and more diverse audience,” says Andres Rengifo, NetEnt Live Director.
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