Casino content supplier Felt Ltd has moved into the online gaming sector with a full suite of its proprietary table games now available via Unibet.

A range of titles that have proved popular in the offline market are now available online, including seven blackjack side-bet games such as Perfect Pairs and 21+3, three poker games and Felt’s unique Double Ball Roulette product.

Felt will also roll out successful games from US and Canadian casinso such as Lucky Lucky, Buster Blackjack, Suit’Em Up and Lucky Ladies.

Established in 2013, Felt supplies land-based games redeveloped in HTML5 for online play, selecting high-performing titles from casinos in Europe and the US.

The company is led by chief executive John Parsonage, formerly head of casino at Sky Betting and Gaming, who said the partnership with Unibet reflected industry demand for “innovative and stimulating table game content that provides multiple betting opportunities within game genres that are known and trusted across all markets.

“We’re delighted to have been able to work closely with Unibet on the launch of our games. They share our vision of table games being much more than just a commodity or supplement to slots,” Parsonage explained. “They immediately appreciated the potential benefits from providing a suite of games that have each been proven in the highly-competitive and challenging bricks and mortar environment.”

“Their players now have access to a mix of the most popular Poker, Roulette and Blackjack sidebet games, many of which are already familiar to table game players across the world.

“We’re very confident they will appeal to both new and existing players, providing them with a significantly enhanced game play experience across multiple channels.”

Unibet chief product officer Daniel Eskola added he was excited to become the first operator to launch Felt’s content, predicting that it would be a hit with players.

“We are always looking to provide them with new experiences and are sure they’ll be keen on the chance to earn returns of up to 2000/1,” Eskola added.

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