Pragmatic Play announces significant live casino expansion
One of the world's largest online gambling software providers Pragmatic Play has officially expanded its live casino offering. New tables for classic and high-speed baccarat have added to the provider's ever-growing portfolio.
Two additional tables have been added to the classic version, which is especially popular among high rollers. All of them work as usual, however, customers have the opportunity to activate the no-fee option by simply pressing the Super 6 button available in the interface. The bet in question can only be won if the dealer beats the user by a total of six points.
The accelerated version of the game also received two new tables, changing the traditional style of this classic entertainment and creating a more exciting user experience. Each round takes less than half a minute and bets are limited to 12 seconds. At the same time, as soon as the time for accepting a bet expires, the cards are dealt face down.
"The game demonstrates Pragmatic Play's commitment to satisfying a wide range of customer preferences, one of which is an accelerated and concise live casino experience," the developer said in a press release.
Yossi Barzeli, director of business development at Pragmatic Play, added: “We always strive to enhance the strongest aspects of our products. By adding new live casino tables, we can enable more customers to do what they love.”
It is noted that these versions of baccarat are part of Pragmatic Play network tables and are equipped with Chroma Solutions technology. It allows you to customize them in such a way as to accurately convey all the nuances of the gameplay. Both versions are streamed live using Pragmatic Play's 4K technology.
In addition to the Chroma Solutions tables, the developer also has physical studios for both variants of baccarat.
Recall that Pragmatic Play won the prestigious EGR Operator Awards 2021 in the Game of the Year nomination.