Pragmatic Play upgrades its baccarat titles

By Gambling Insider

Pragmatic Play has doubled its live casino offering by enhancing its games in baccarat and speed baccarat.

Speed baccarat received two new tables transforming the traditional style of the game and creating a more engaging experience. Each game round takes less than half a minute and betting is limited to 12 seconds; the cards are dealt face up as soon as the betting time expires.

Two additional tables have also been added to the classic version of the game, baccarat. All baccarat tables come in regular mode; however, players can choose to switch to no-commission mode by simply pressing the super six button available on the interface. The super six side bet can be won only when the banker beats the player with a total of six points, paid at 15:1 with any other outcome representing a loss.

Both enhanced live casino titles are broadcast live using 4K camera technology from Pragmatic Play’s studio. The baccarat versions are part of the provider’s network tables and come with Chroma Solutions technology, which allows customisation to accurately represent operators’ brands.

Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “We’re always on the search to reinforce the strongest aspects of our games and by adding new tables to our Live Casino products, we are able to let more players do what they love.

“The fast-paced titles can now appeal to more players that enjoy the immersive nature of traditional casinos, and with consistent upgrades to our live casino technology, each new table brings a truly more polished and high-quality experience.”

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