Published on February 13th, 2014 | by Steve Gardman
Core Gaming And Sky Bet Sign Table Games Deal
Table casino games and HTML5 developer recently announced a deal to produce a range of table games for Sky Betting and Gaming. The latter is the online gaming subsidiary of British Sky Broadcasting Group plc BSkyB, a British satellite broadcasting, broadband, and telephone services company. The games are built on Core Gaming’s latest HMTL5 framework and promise mobile users a smooth gaming experience. Sky Roulette is the first game to be launched based on the classic roulette format. It features a 3D wheel and simulated ball drops and a release process unique to Core Gaming. Sky Roulette is also developed with a bespoke physics engine.
According to Mark Rehorst-Smith, chief commercial officer at Core Gaming, Sky Roulette is one of the first multi-channel deliveries, which confirms the company’s commitment to remain at the forefront in games development. Smith said the game has exceeded all expectations in every aspect with its bespoke physics engine and bet placement mechanism. Sky Vegas’ head of casino and games, Samuel Downey, said that the launch of the game has enabled them to productize the roulette experience for players. The company will continue to make changes to the product based on game action to ensure that players can enjoy the best roulette experience in the market.
Evolution Gaming brings live dealer offering to Danske Licens Spil
Other partnership deals in the news include Evolution Gaming’s deal with Danske Licens Spil to launch its live dealer offering. The live dealer gaming specialist recently signed an agreement with Danske Spil, the iGaming subsidiary of the Danish lottery operator in which games will be broadcast live from Evolution’s studios in Malta. For a complete live casino experience, players will have access to branded tables and a dedicated team of dealers, which includes native Danish speakers. Danske Licens Spil will feature its branded table offering along with other live roulette, blackjack, baccarat and Casino Hold’em tables that broadcast from Evolution Gaming’s Latvian studio.
Soren Schneider, Danske Licens Spil’s head of casino said the launch of live dealer offering will allow the company to gain a stronghold in the iGaming sector in Denmark. Danske Spil will be in a position to provide its customers a 100 percent unique full casino experience to help them gain a competitive edge in the market. Chief commercial officer at Evolution Gaming, Fredrik Osterberg, was proud of the partnership and was confident that Danish speaking players will be pleased with the first ever native speaking dealer Live Casino launched in the country.