Evolution Gaming expands casino portfolio with new First Person games15th May 2020 5:48 am GMT
Stockholm-listed live dealer provider Evolution Gaming has expanded its portfolio with the release of three new casino titles.
First Person Baccarat, First Person Dragon Tiger and First Person Football Studio are random number generator (RNG) games based on Evolution’s existing live dealer titles, with an integrated Go Live functionality.
First Person Baccarat centres around an authentic virtual Baccarat hall where players are offered a choice of 12 tables, six standard and six No Commission tables. Players can shuffle the shoe, sort tables by streaks and have the ability to deal free hands on vacant tables to build trends.
First Person Dragon Tiger sees players bet on which of the two cards dealt will be higher, Dragon or Tiger, with the addition of light effects synchronised to game outcomes helping to build player anticipation.
First Person Football Studio is a football-themed game that features just two cards, which are dealt face-up on a virtual interactive light-up table, styled as a football pitch. Just as in the live Football Studio game, players bet on a Home Win, Away Win or Draw, while simultaneously keeping an eye on live match results from global football fixtures displayed in the user interface.
A key feature in all three games is the supplier’s unique Go Live button, which transports players from the first person game through an in-game portal to the live version of the game.
“Our goal when creating the First Person games was to make the world’s best RNG table games,” explained Evolution Gaming chief product officer Todd Haushalter. “When our first two games, First Person Roulette and Blackjack, were launched we agonised over ensuring that the 3D graphics and performance were perfect.
“We also included the Go Live button to take players to the live version of the same game. Those first two titles proved incredibly popular so we broadened our goal to include RNG versions of our game show games. Now we’re launching another trio of First Person games to add even more variety.”
Shares in Evolution Gaming Group AB (STO:EVO) closed down 2.53 per cent at SEK485.00 per share in Stockholm Thursday.