International supplier of online gaming and sports betting software, Playtech, expands its portfolio of fiat and Bitcoin live dealer games this month. Coming to all Playtech’s platforms, engagement center, and partner casinos are three new titles: Hi-Lo Club, American Roulette, and Spread-Bet Roulette.
Kevin Kilminster, Head of Live Casino Innovation at Playtech, led the announcement: “The demand for experience-focused gameplay amongst the modern generation of Live Casino players is stronger than ever. Live Casino is part of the entertainment industry as well as the gambling industry – the presentation and atmosphere we can deliver are what makes players choose Live over standard RNG games. With the addition of American Roulette, Hi-Lo Club and Spread-Bet Roulette to our range, we can offer players an even more immersive and exciting entertainment experience.”
Playtech’s new version of Hi-Lo Club focuses on user experience. It receives the ultimate casino makeover. Hi-Lo Club now follows the 80s ‘Miami’ theme, so expect a new and improved UX, neon designs, virtual table, soundtrack and background music, table layout, and live dealer uniforms. Playtech’s goal is to create a more immersive atmosphere and distinctive appeal for Hi-Lo Club. New and old players will feel like they’re playing at a real, brick-and-mortar casino.
This version differs itself from the traditional Bitcoin roulette game we all know. The software provider’s American Roulette will be a high-end version based on the Grand Royale room. Like Playtech’s existing list of premium table games, their American Roulette aims to provide a premium and luxury experience as the selling points are on its layout and atmosphere. It has an enhanced UX, increased margin, and rich layout.
Another Bitcoin casino game adding a new twist to the traditional roulette is Playtech’s Spread-Bet Roulette. From the title itself, the game includes a specific side bet feature which players can access during the game. They can wager on seven distinctive side bets and potentially win payouts 400 times their initial bet. Far from the luxurious features of Playtech’s American roulette, Spread-Bet roulette allows players to play the game from as little as 10p per spin.