32Red Adopts Live Dealer Playboy Product

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Internet betting giant 32Red has announced that it is adopting Microgaming's Playboy themed live dealer casino and will offer the table games to its clients in the near future.

The Playboy Live Dealer product is an idea that was recently launched by Microgaming and allows players to participate with an attractive dealer gussied up in a Playboy Bunny suit. Punters will be able to play live versions of roulette, baccarat, and blackjack through the new product when it goes live.

Commenting on the new casino a 32Red Spokesman said: “Live casino games have always been very popular at 32Red. Players around the world enjoy live gaming as it’s as close as you can get to playing in a physical casino. I think the addition of the alluring Playboy bunny dealer is an enticing offering that will surely attract attention."

Roger Raatgever, Microgaming's CEO also commented, saying: “Playboy has a rich history in the world of casinos and gaming. Our Playboy Live Dealer game offers players the opportunity to digitally experience this world, coupled with the indulgent Playboy lifestyle.”

Playboy is a media giant that was founded in 1953 by Hugh Hefner, who created a magazine that featured nude women and various articles of men's interests. In the time since the launch, Playboy has overseen the creation of nightclubs, land based casinos, a cable channel, and merchandising empire.

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20 February 2013 - 7:30pm

I really think there could be some great tongue in cheek moments here.

What about a "DD" graphics button for a Double Down? ...