Swedish developer and provider of iGaming software NetEnt has finally unveiled a live baccarat game for players. Until this development, the NetEnt Live suite had focused on providing live casino tables to cover only blackjack and roulette variants. Moving forward, baccarat shall be rolled out across participating NetEnt Live casinos.
NetEnt’s first-ever live baccarat game shall be available in the form of three speed tables. Two of the three tables shall be hosted within the main NetEnt-branded studio, while the third shall be hosted as a standalone baccarat table that utilises chroma key technology to allow operators to customise the studio to their branding requirements.
Live Expansion Continues
Each of the NetEnt Live baccarat tables has been developed to provide to camera angles and can allow an unlimited player-base to join in concurrently. This is the latest improvement to be made by NetEnt, with the provider expanding its physical live casino studio in the past 18 months. In September 2020, NetEnt unveiled three new live blackjack tables at its Malta studio.
The continued expansion appears to be going well, with reports indicating that commercial software agreements have been struck with a series of operators and providers in Sweden and Lithuania. NetEnt Live Director Andres Rengifo has said that the launch of live baccarat shall broaden and diversify the player bases for the provider’s commercial partners.
NetEnt Live Tables
NetEnt can host a standard live blackjack table with up to seven seats. However, the provider can accept unlimited players within Blitz Blackjack and its common set of cards, and Perfect Blackjack with the ability to multi-seat at up to three wagering boxes.
Casinos can also provide Classic Roulette, which is available in Silver and Branded versions as well – further tables then include Auto Roulette Studio and VIP Roulette Live. Access has even been tuned to mobile devices, with the viewpoint easily switched between portrait and landscape.