A week after inking a content supply deal with Danish domain Bet25.dk and online casino games developer Yggdrasil Gaming Limited has announced that it will be entering the table games vertical with the launch of its first blackjack title.

A subsidiary of Swedish online casino operator Cherry AB, Yggdrasil Gaming Limited declared that the coming blackjack title is to be the first in a collection of table game products and will utilize its own Redux motion-capture technology to offer players the ability to ‘fully immerse themselves in a three-dimensional casino environment’.

The Malta-based developer stated that the coming blackjack game, which is to be debuted at next month’s ICE Totally Gaming exhibition in London, will additionally feature a range of side bets alongside multiple dealer characters complete with their own unique ‘powers’ such as detailed facial expressions and hand movements.

Krzysztof Opalka, Chief Product Officer for Yggdrasil Gaming Limited, proclaimed that the coming range of table games are ‘set to break new ground in online casino gaming’ due to their ‘combination of social interaction and high-end playability’.

“It won’t just be a single player trying to beat the house but instead thousands of real players from all over the world who are all able to join the game simultaneously with the aim of hitting big hands and bigger wins,” read a statement from Opalka.

Opalka further proclaimed that Yggdrasil Gaming Limited has ‘a packed roadmap of innovative new games and features’ and that the firm’s intention is to develop table games in a comparable fashion to its slots ‘where a constant product cycle of new variations built on familiar mechanics drives growth.”

Yggdrasil Gaming Limited explained that its new range of table games beginning with its coming blackjack title before eventually including baccarat and roulette counterparts is to initially go live with sites operated by United Kingdom-licensed Jackpotjoy such as InterCasino and Vera&John later in the year.

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