BetGames.TV Launches Rock Paper Scissors Game

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Online betting software group BetGames.TV has announced that they've launched a live dealer version of Rock Paper Scissors, letting players get in on the classic game without leaving their house.

Playing Rock Paper Scissors for money may be something that you'd think only a degenerate would do, but the developer thinks there's a large enough market to warrant the game. Players will see a deck of cards with rock, paper, and scissors all being printed on the game. Players bet in a silver or gold zone, with the gold having higher risk but with larger win opportunities.

Players then will see the hand played out, with each round taking 20 seconds. Players will then decide whether to bet again or walk away. The game will be available for play on desktop and mobile devices and will be offered at partner sites.

Commenting on the launch BetGames.TV Founder Vygerdas Jonika said, "As part of our drive to provide innovative new games, it is also sometimes prudent to consider the classics, and Rock Paper Scissors is most certainly that.

"Alongside our stable of popular games, Rock Paper Scissors is sure to fit in well with its quick-fire and simple yet alluring gameplay.

"We're confident that our recreation of one of the most recognisable and loved games of all time will provide huge scope for our operators to drive traffic to their sites."

Rock Paper Scissors is available for play now at casinos offering BetGames.TV's library.

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8 February 2021 - 7:53pm

Have to agree with the article, I had never imagined growing up that it could become an option to bet with real money on a game like Rock, Paper and Scissors. Don't see myself playing this game but it's certainly entertaining.