Online gaming supplier NetEnt has just released its first-ever Baccarat live casino game, which it claims is a “high-speed, scalable product that meets demands for new game variants.”
The supplier developed three speed Baccarat tables, two of which show its physical studio and is included to its existing collection of Blackjack and Roulette games.
The other one is available as a stand-alone table game which supports NetEnt’s chroma key technology. This gives operator partners a solution which they can easily customize to suite their brand.
“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,” Andres Rengifo, NetEnt live director, said.
“As part of our localization strategy, Baccarat will complement our existing Blackjack and Roulette offering, expanding our footprint in the live casino sector,” he added.
Each table was launched with two different camera angles for ‘maximum immersivity’ and can reach an unlimited number of players at the same time, increasing the product’s scalability.
The launch of this new Baccarat game comes after a series of product advancements NetEnt Live launched in the past 18 months, including the development of its Physical Studio with the supplier securing several significant deals with leading partners in Lithuania and Sweden as of late.