Evolution Launches ‘Infinite Blackjack’ Game
Live dealer casino specialist Evolution Gaming has announced that they’ve released their newest game ‘Infinite Blackjack’, which gives an unlimited number of players the chance to sit down at a live webcast table.
The game will see a combination of digital and physical cards being dealt out by a real dealer, with punters then able to choose their decisions to hit, stand, and double down thereafter. After that, the dealer will
do the corresponding action, and your balance will be credited or debited based on the result. This game is unique in that it will offer the unlimited seats, versus the traditional seven seats that Evolution games are limited to.
The game is available on desktop and mobile platforms, and is available at casinos offering Evolution’s live dealer solution. The company is one of the foremost options for live dealer games around the world, recently launching in New Jersey. The group also posted their financial results, hailing a significant rise in revenues for the third quarter.
Commenting on the launch Evolution CPO Todd Haushalter said, “With Infinite Blackjack we finally cracked the code on how to make a one-to-many Blackjack game fun and without having to make any rule changes. We did this using advanced game software, that combines the live dealing of physical cards and virtual cards directly to each individual player. This enables the dealing of individual hands for each player at the table, irrespective of how many players there are at any given time.”
“I am really proud of the team at Evolution who worked on this. It truly shows how we are using all sorts of complex innovations, mostly hidden from the player, to make the Live Blackjack playing experience as good as it can be for the maximum number of online players. With this game now completed, Evolution has a platform for developing further great Blackjack innovations, all which I believe will add to players’ enjoyment of the game.”
Source: Evolution Gaming PR
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