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Players in Pennsylvania will be getting live craps, and it has nothing to do with White Castle or Taco Bell. Instead, casino game developer Evolution will be providing its Live Craps games to the Keystone State, adding to its library of other casino games in the market.
The game will be launching with both a tutorial and "easy mode" that'll allow players to become accustomed to the game. The game will be broadcast from a studio and allow for dealer interaction. The game will have all of the standard bets for the game, although dice action will be controlled by the dealer.
Mobile play will also be available as an option, allowing players to get in on the action from their phone, although traditional desktop play is also available. The game is available now at casinos that offer Evolution's live dealer games in Pennsylvania.
"This game was the very first online Live Craps game in the industry, and it was a landmark moment for Evolution," said Evolution Commercial Director for North America Jeff Millar. "We're very proud to be able to offer it to our operators and their players in the state of Pennsylvania today.
"The game itself is going to thrill Craps enthusiasts throughout the US and is sure to attract some new fans. The game captures all the excitement of a traditional Craps table, and the decadence of the speakeasy era, and brings it to the online casino world in style. We can't wait to see what players think of it and look forward to launching this game into more states in the future."