Though the concept of First Person was very much guaranteed to stay, it remained a secret as to which games would carry on the series of the unique RNG-Live Dealer string of products.
The iconic Dream Catcher and Lightning Roulette are set to be remodelled with the intention of adding them to the fast growing First Person portfolio, by Evolution Gaming.
With Dream Catcher holding the title as undisputed champion of the developer and 2017 Digital Product of the Year (G2E Las Vegas) and Lightning Roulette being awarded Product Innovation of the Year (Global Gaming Awards) and EGR’s Game of the Year (2018), as well as the 2019 online casino supplier award, the choice is justified.
The gap between the Live Casino table and the conventional RNG is bridged by the revolutionary First Person interface, which allows players to switch between the real time studio-streamed sitting conducted by a professional dealer and the 3D border.
The latest technological skills will continue to be used to help their operators build a loyal customer base, as stated by Todd Haushalter, chief product office Evolution Gaming.
The company has been on a rollercoaster ride since the beginning of the year, releasing one game after the other and in January landing a crucial deal with Loto-Québec. In keeping with the terms of the agreement, the Vancouver property had to be extended to include six additional Loto-Québec tables, of which five are presented by French speaking hosts.
Evolution Gaming signed a new live casino supply deal with DraftKings of the US and commenced streaming of live dealer casino games through its studio in Atlantic City later on in the month. Evolution received the Casino Content Supplier of the Year award at the EGR Nordic Awards, marking a victorious end to the month of January.
Lighting Roulette and First Person Dream Catcher were launched by Evolution between February and July, apart from a few other games.