Pragmatic Play, a top technology supplier in the iGaming sector, has added Mega Baccarat to its ever-growing collection of live casino games. It’s a fast-paced live baccarat game where gamers can take their winnings up when the dice roll totals eight or nine, activating the Mega Round. Failure to land a natural will start the classic Baccarat game round.
Pragmatic Play assures live casino players that friendly and professional live dealers host the new live baccarat game in a studio designed specifically for baccarat gameplay. The company says the studio is set on an attractive and simple user interface.
The company is consistently revamping its Live Casino content by restoring classic games such as Mega Baccarat and adding fresh new experiences. This happens as the company continues to build strong player engagements in multiple jurisdictions. Recently, the company signed a deal with bet365, a leading live casino site in Ontario, Canada.
Commenting on the release, Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, declared:
“Mega Baccarat is an exciting addition to our Live Casino portfolio, bringing a new dimension to our original Baccarat game, which remains a player favourite. At Pragmatic Play, we’re constantly expanding our Live Casino range with new premium tables, immersive gameshows, and classic titles with a twist.”
In other Pragmatic Play news, the company recently won a double at the prestigious Caribbean Gaming Show. This event was hosted on the Bahamas’ Atlantis Paradise Island from May 2 to May 4. Pragmatic Play had to beat off stiff competition from leading industry figures to win the following categories:
Commenting on the awards, Victor Arisa, the company’s VP of LatAm Operations, said:
“We are thrilled to win a double award at the Caribbean Gaming Show. We have worked extremely hard to position ourselves as a pre-eminent supplier in LatAm, and we’re very happy to be recognized with two wins at the event. These are two important awards that have been added to the twelve awards won in the three years of the Latam Hub.”