NetEnt Adds Baccarat to Its Live Lobby

NetEnt has added baccarat to its live dealer casino

Baccarat fans will be pleased to learn that NetEnt has added baccarat to its live dealer casino. The developer believes that the addition of the new game will see its live dealer product appeal to an even broader range of players.

The initial offering will include three speed baccarat tables, two of which are based in its physical studio, which provides players with a realistic and authentic feeling casino experience, alongside its existing roulette and blackjack tables.

The third table will be available as a stand-alone, and it will make use of NetEnt’s leading Chroma key technology. The technology allows NetEnt’s partners to offer branded tables and a more engaging experience. It creates a personal casino environment, and when initially launched, it was the first to provide mobile players with a high definition video stream.

The new baccarat tables have two different camera angles to allow players to customize their view and enjoy a more immersive experience. Furthermore, the tables can host an unlimited number of players, making the new games highly scalable.

The launch of live dealer baccarat is one of several upgrades that NetEnt has made to its Live Casino over the last year or so. It has invested considerably in upgrading the studio, which has led to great commercial growth for the company and has seen NetEnt sign important deals with partners in countries such as Lithuania and Sweden.

The Live Director at NetEnt, Andres Rengifo, said that they expect the launch of the new games to allow them to “reach new players and support the needs of our partners for innovative game variants that attract a wider and more diverse audience.” He went on to say that the baccarat tables will complement their existing live offerings and help NetEnt become a larger presence in the live casino sector.

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