Evolution subsidiary and live dealer casino specialist Ezugi announced today that it has released its newest live dealer game "Video Blackjack", which aims to increase the social aspect of the game.
Like other live dealer titles, "Video Blackjack" features a real dealer that's webcast from a studio to your screen. The key difference here is that the cameras for players will also be turned on, allowing you to look at the dealer and other players, interacting with them as you would at a land casino. The game allows for up to seven players at a table.
Video Blackjack plays with standard European Blackjack rules, and it includes popular side bets like 21+3 and Perfect Pairs. The game appears to be mobile-foused, and the Casino Listings News team hasn't been able to determine if PC players are permitted via use of a webcam.
Ezugi Business Development Director Pang Goh spoke about the release, noting: "Our new Video Blackjack adds an extra-special social dimension to online Live Blackjack with its unique player-to-player video feature. Now online gaming can be even more like a visit to a real land-based casino. Players are able to share the excitement and suspense as they see and talk to other players and react to every deal and decision in the gameplay and, of course, to every winning hand."
Video Blackjack can be played now at online casinos that offer Ezugi's live dealer suite of games.