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Evolution Gaming to Launch Dual Play Baccarat

Recently updated on January 16th, 2018

Following the success of Dual Play Roulette, Evolution Gaming has decided to double down on their gamble with another table game. This year, Dual Play Baccarat will be available to play at the Grosvenor Victoria Casino in London. The game will premier both online and on land in February and can be enjoyed by online players.

The Dual Play innovation is just one of many Live Dealer gaming options available to table game fans in 2018. However, the unique draw of this offering is that half of the table can be played in a real-life casino. Live streams make it possible for players to spectate or play the game from their mobile devices or computers in real time. What’s more, players within the Grosvenor Victoria can take part from anywhere in the casino.

Dual Play Baccarat at Grosvenor Victoria Casino London

Dual Play Baccarat for Casinos

Finding an edge in the saturated Live Dealer casino market can be difficult in 2018. After all, so many software providers are now trying their hand at the option online. For example, Playtech now has a progressive jackpot connected to some of their games. This jackpot, associated with their Age of the Gods series of games, allows Live Dealer players to enjoy bigger wins.

So, to bring the real-life casino experience to Live Dealer casinos seems to be a great bet for Evolution Gaming. With their newest option, Dual Play Baccarat, we could be seeing more Dual Play games in the near future. Evolution Gaming is mainly a Live Dealer game creator, with a successful studio that streams all over the globe. More so, their deal with the Rank Group could expand the showcase of Dual Play at more casinos.

Learn how to play Baccarat, or just brush up on your knowledge, with our guide before jumping in on the action this February. Keep visiting New Zealand Casinos for more casino game news.



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