Thu, Dec 5, 12:50pm by Mia Chapman
Swedish online casino content supplier NetEnt presented its new Auto Roulette Studio earlier this week.
It is the latest enhancement to its live roulette portfolio in a year that saw the company pay special attention to its live casino product, Casino News Daily reports.
Auto Roulette Studio merges a classic auto roulette game, rapid auto roulette and VIP auto roulette experience into a single, immersive environment.
NetEnt’s new product hopes to modernise the look and feel of a traditional casino room, with a digital slant.
The new studio uses cutting edge camera angles, HD streaming and blue-screen technology to create the ultimate live casino experience.
The Swedish providers’ new product offers a modern and vibrant setting that is stylishly adorned in red and gold shades.
The three different roulette wheels are featured in one view, but players can switch from one to another thanks to a sleek design, which suits different playing styles.
NetEnt’s new live casino product can operate in a number of markets as it offers voice over in 12 different languages.
Commenting on the newest addition to their portfolio, NetEnt’s live director Andres Rengifo said that Auto Roulette Studio has made the company one of the first suppliers to offer “a multi-reel experience.”
Mr Rengifo went on to say that Auto Roulette Studio was one of his company’s biggest releases this year and “underlines the scalability we offer to operators.”
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The company’s recent live casino releases have helped it remain at the forefront in a lucrative, but highly competitive facet of the industry.
The launch of Auto Roulette Studio followed the roll out of the studio’s Network Branded Casino in October.
The new casino includes three product tiers featuring an increased level of customisation.
The first tier offers entry-level customisation with generic backgrounds.
A fully tailored presentation provides individual NetEnt partners and their players with bespoke offerings.
The network branded product features two different rooms.
One is dedicated entirely to the game of blackjack, while the other includes blackjack and roulette variants.
The first room features two standard blackjack tables and a single VIP table, while the other room offers Perfect Blackjack, one of its live casino titles, as well as roulette and Common Draw Blackjack.
Players can easily move between tables and rooms without having to first go back to the lobby.
NetEnt noted earlier this week that the launch of the new Auto Roulette Studio rounds out its 2019 plan for live casino upgrades and releases.
It expects that this latest product will “set a new standard in auto roulette” with its design and cutting edge technology.
Swedish online casino content supplier NetEnt has expanded its library of live casino games with the recent roll out of its Perfect Blackjack title.
Casino News Daily reports news about the release first spread earlier this year, with NetEnt getting a glimpse into its live casino rendition of the classic during February’s ICE conference in London.
The Swedish content studio developed Perfect Blackjack in partnership with British gambling powerhouse The Rank Group and its Grosvenor Casinos brand, known to be the UK’s largest multi-channel casino operator with multiple land-based properties and digital operations.
NetEnt has been promoting its new blackjack game as a unique and fun-friendly title.
Perfect Blackjack is said to be focused on the acquisition of new players with its 99.5 per cent return-to-player.
Perfect Blackjack deals cards according to perfect blackjack strategy, which trims the house edge all the way down to 05 per cent.
Aside from the player-friendly edge, it also boosts player experience by adding the element of speed.
NetEnt’s new title is the first live dealer blackjack game that features optional autoplay functionality enabling players to pre-select whether they want to auto-split or double down according to perfect blackjack strategy.
With multi-seat and multiple-players per box for full flexibility and scalability, players can decide to autoplay or sit out hands and join the action again when they think it is the right time to act.
In addition, the game features side bets such as perfect pair.
Developed in partnership with Grosvenor Casinos, NetEnt’s Perfect Blackjack was originally made available exclusively on the operator’s website.
NetEnt said this week that the game is now available live across its network.
The launch of the new dealer game followed the recent rollout of a new user interface across NetEnt’s live portfolio of titles.
NetEnt Live director Andrew Rengifo said that launching the game onto their full NetEnt live customer network means that players will be able to be “introduced to and enjoy the benefits of the optimal strategy.”
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