Stoixman/Betano Launches Playtech Blackjack Variant

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Greek betting group Stoixman/Betano has announced that they've launched a new blackjack variant game, 'Cashback Blackjack Live', which has been developed and is run by Playtech.

The game launch will see the live blackjack game being offered at the site, which is broadcast using the Playtech Live platform, which has their own studios and equipment to provide the games. The game itself is an eight deck affair that will allow for an unlimited number of players at one time. Punters can access the game on their desktop or mobile devices.

"The development of Cashback Blackjack Live has been a truly collaborative effort, and takes our partnership with Stoiximan/Betano to a new level," said Playtech Live CEO Edo Haitin. "Stoiximan/Betano is already one of the leading operators in the Greek market, and we're committed to working closely with them to not only build on this position but also extend that success into further territories.

"Thanks to a fantastic initiative from our friends at Stoiximan/Betano group and a great effort from the development teams on both sides, we've been able to deliver a dynamic new experience for players in record time, which emphasises our strategy of equipping our partners with scalable dedicated solutions while still providing players with a fun and personal game experience. The cashback concept is of course well-established in sports betting, so we're very interested to see how players will respond to it in a live casino setting, where there's interaction with a dealer and other players. We're confident players will find Cashback Blackjack Live a highly engaging experience".

Cashback Blackjack Live is available for play now at Betano in Greece.

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