Playtech, in collaboration with its long-term partner Bet365, has announced the launch of the biggest live casino studio in Playtech’s history. The new development is built across two separate studios.
The new studio’s offering consists of 12 seven-seal blackjack tables, two classic single-zero roulette, three baccarat and two all bets blackjack tables. In addition to these tables, the studio will be hosting the new multiplayer roulette game Super Spin Roulette.
The new game was built as part of a collaborative agreement with Bet365 and has a unique feature – with each spin, a random multiplier is revealed with the highest possible multiplier of x540.
The custom-made studio design revolves around Super Spin Roulette as all tables are placed around the centrally located new roulette game.
Kevin Kilminster, Head of Live Casino Innovation at Playtech, said: “We are extremely proud that Bet365 has chosen to partner with Playtech to create new and engaging content for their customers. It is fantastic to see one of our most prestigious partners taking the opportunity to build bespoke content and utilising the vast knowledge and experience that the Playtech Live team has to offer.
“Super Spin Roulette is genuinely one of a kind and the gameplay experience is very exciting. Both new studios are designed to an incredible standard, and this is a testament to Playtech’s scale and innovation when it comes to supporting our partners. We look forward to continuing our strong and successful partnership with this world-class operator.”
Founded in 1999, Playtech delivers gambling software, services, content and platform technology across the industry’s verticals, including casino, live casino, sports betting, virtual sports, bingo and poker.
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