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Live Slots is a game that appears to have a game show feel to it, and it is broadcast from the company's studio. The game featured is Buffalo Blitz, and Playtech is aiming to make the experience a shared one among players.
Commenting on the launch Playtech Head of Innovation for Live Casino Kevin Kilminster said, "Live Slots is a genuinely new concept within the industry, delivering an engaging new style of gameplay for players and creating an exciting cross-sell opportunity for operators.
"The popularity of live play streaming via social media demonstrates a player demand for an interactive feel - the experience you would enjoy when playing alongside others in a land-based casino."
Quantum Blackjack is a live dealer game that joins Quantum Roulette in making the game a multiplayer experience. The game has a side deal where a card is drawn that sees three cards drawn, which will grant a random win multiplier. If a player gets one of the cards and wins their hand, they're paid the bet total times the multiplier.
"Quantum Roulette has been one of Playtech Live's biggest launches of the year, thanks to both its immersive visual atmosphere and the unique multiplier win concept," Kilminster said. "We're confident that, as the first-to-market multiplier-based Blackjack game, Quantum Blackjack will prove equally popular and set the tone for future Quantum Releases."
"With more than 20 additional live variants also launched this year, including American Roulette, Dragon Jackpot Baccarat, All Bets Blackjack and Casino Stud Poker to name but a few, everyone at Playtech is already looking forward to raising the bar even further in 2020."
Both games are available for play now at casinos that offer Playtech's live dealer product.