Casino game designer Vibra Gaming has launched a new table Blackjack game, bringing the title to the digital screens of its customers for the first time ever.
The game lets you play up to three hands and sees the dealer hitting on a soft 17. It pays 3:2 on blackjack, and there are double downs, insurance, and splits. The games play out smoothly, albeit a bit quick, but the presentation seems to be top-notch. The dealer’s voice has a Latin American accent, which will help players in the region associate with the gameplay. The game can be played on mobile devices in addition to your standard computer.
Regarding the launch, Vibra Gaming CEO Ramiro Atucha said, “It was a challenge for us to emulate one of casino fans’ favourite games in a digital format, but we believe we have succeeded with flying colours. We are very proud of the work we have done and are confident that it will soon become a fan favourite within our gaming portfolio.”
Vibra’s Blackjack can be played now at casinos that feature the developer’s software.
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