Top-rated provider of Live Casino gaming solutions, Evolution Gaming, has announced a new title for their Lightning sector of titles. The supplier is now offering Lightning Baccarat, ensuring players have access to live play with high-payout RNG multipliers. The new game is available via desktop, smartphone and table, becoming the third game in the Lightning family of Evolution.
Debuting at ICE 2020:
As ICE 2020 is about to begin, Evolution will be presenting the exciting new take on the baccarat game. Live traditional Baccarat, when the betting time expires, the Lightning Round begins. A lighting effect will strike from one to five random Lightning Cards. The cards that are struck will provide a random multiplier.
Players will have to match one of the cards in a winning hand to a Lightning Card to win a multiplier payout. Players can earn 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x or 8x the payout. The more Lightning Cards in a winning hand, the higher the multipliers will increase. Multipliers can go as high as 512x on Player and Banker wagers. On a Tie bet, players can win up to 262,144x the wager.
According to Todd Haushalter, the Chief Product Officer of Evolution, stated that it was two years ago the brand launched Lightning Roulette and it has become one of the most popular games in the history of the company. Next up was Lightning Dice, yet another popular live title. According to Haushalter, the next natural step for the company regarding the Lightning brand was Baccarat. Players of Baccarat love volatility and Haushalter stated that Evolution is giving them all they can with Lightning Baccarat.
Launching in Switzerland:
Evolution Gaming has been busy with their Live Casino solutions. Along with launching the new Lightning Baccarat title, the brand has also secured a deal to launch in Switzerland. In January, the brand announced a new partnership with Group Partouche, where they will offer their Live Casino services in the regulated market of the country.
The group’s customers in Switzerland will be able to enjoy several live games via smartphones, tablet and desktop devices.