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Playtech Adds Prestige Baccarat to Live Dealer Portfolio
- November 24, 2016 By Nemanja L. -
World famous software provider Playtech has continued its shift towards live dealer games by announcing the launch of Prestige Baccarat product.
Roulette was the first to debut from the Prestige suite of products and with the fist game from the series delivering very good results, the well known gaming company has now added Prestige Baccarat to their impressive portfolio of live dealer games.
Prestige Baccarat Enhances the Gaming Experience
Similar to Prestige Roulette, their new product seriously enhances the overall gaming experience thanks to the introduction of five camera angles and replays of winning hands.
Playtech Head of Innovation Kevin Kilminster is adamant that they have created the best live baccarat game on the market following extensive research and development.
Clearly appealing to Asian gamers, Prestige Baccarat features a backdrop of Chinese symbol of good luck, while the gameplay focuses on Squeeze element, where anticipation and excitement rises as cards are gradually revealed.
Playtech has made sure to select only the best native croupiers for their new flagship product, whereas the player experience has been significantly improved as well.
Playtech Switches Focus to Table Games
Launched approximately a year after Prestige Roulette, Prestige Baccarat is tipped for instant success among online gamers looking for the best that online casinos have to offer.
Having failed to keep up with up-and-coming software providers such as Net Entertainment and Yggdrasil in the online slots department, Playtech has clearly shifted their focus to table games and live dealer titles, where they have the opportunity to establish themselves as genuine market leaders.
Following on from Prestige Roulette and Prestige Baccarat, Prestige Blackjack should be the logical next step and we have to admit we are eagerly awaiting the release of what should be the final game from the Prestige series.