Only a few weeks after inking an integration agreement with iGaming platform innovator, SOFTSWISS, and British online casino games developer, Playtech, has now announced the launch of its latest live roulette variant, Quantum Roulette.
The London-listed developer used an official press release to explain that the debut of its newest real-time online casino advance follows the earlier releases of its Hi-Lo Club, American Roulette, Dragon Jackpot Baccarat, Spread-Bet Roulette and Casino Stud Poker titles with all of these fully-integrated games now available to enjoy via its live casino network.
Playtech declared that Quantum Roulette ‘is based in a high-detail immersive studio’ and combines sounds, visuals and dealer presentation in order to present ‘a unique and highly-immersive atmosphere’. It also stated that the fresh innovation utilizes ‘single zero roulette rules’ alongside as many as five multipliers worth up to 500 times a competitor’s wager for some ‘straight up’ positions.
Kevin Kilminster, Live Casino Head of Innovation for the brand, used the press release to proclaim that the new title additionally features ‘interactive studio elements’ so as to deliver ‘an engaging combination of visual appeal and innovative gameplay.’ To add even more excitement, he pronounced that the online casino game moreover comes complete with the randomly-triggered Quantum Boost special event that has been designed to offer competitors the chance to increase some or the entirety of their multipliers.
Read a statement from Kilminster…
“Playtech’s live focus on an experience-led offering both from a gameplay and presentation perspective is central to what makes us stand out in the industry. Along with our other major new releases this year, Quantum Roulette has been designed to deliver on visuals and entertainment alike. We’ve already seen players win up to 500 times their stake and we’re confident that the immersive feel and lively gameplay of Quantum Roulette will hold great appeal for the modern generation of live casino players.”