Gambling software development firm Playtech has announced the launch of its new Grand Royale live dealer online casino service, featuring a portfolio of five blackjack tables alongside a pair of tables offering games of baccarat and roulette.

The Isle Of Man-based innovator stated that Grand Royale is the first of many new concepts it is planning to launch as it strives to develop the industry’s largest and most cutting-edge live dealer studio. Grand Royale has been designed to appeal to a high-value clientele courtesy of unique design elements such as its Grand Blackjack, which offers VIP customers the same experience found at a Salle Privee table.

“This first deployment represents the beginning of Playtech’s new next-generation studio proposition and complements our new market-leading user interface that began rolling out during the fourth quarter of last year with HTML5 roulette and other games,” read a statement from Shimon Akad, Chief Operatng Officer for Playtech. “Each of the upcoming experiences including Grand Royale has been hand engineered to fit the needs of the customers using it and contain unique elements that are specially designed to maximize the impact value we get from the customer and diversify the existing network.”

Playtech described Grand Royale as a “high-end experience” that delivers “the look and feel of true VIP standards” and offers licensees and players advanced features, functionality, personalization and segmentation. It moreover declared that the new live dealer service comes complete with its Mini Prestige Roulette table in order to deliver “a more engaging and richer player experience”.

“The live team have worked tremendously hard on the new studio and the many new environments, rooms and experiences that will soon be launched,” read the statement from Akad. “Grand Royale is the first of many and truly stands out as a best-in-class live casino product that I’m confident operators will significantly benefit from and players will love to play.”

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