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Evolution Adds Three New First Person Titles to Its Portfolio

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Live dealer provider Evolution Gaming has expanded its portfolio with three new casino titles.

The First Person Range Is Growing

The new additions are based on three of Evolution’s live dealer tables. These are the casino classics Baccarat and Dragon Tiger, and the football-themed Top Card variant, Football Studio.

The three latest titles join a richly varied and growing Evolution First Person range. It already includes RNG versions of Roulette, Blackjack, Lightning Roulette, Dream Catcher, and Mega Ball. 

All three games include the ‘GO LIVE’ button, a unique feature of every Evolution First Person game.

By clicking this button, players go through an in-game portal and directly to the live version of the game.

The First Person and live versions of each game have the same game rules and user interface. So, this transition is as natural as possible.

The Statement

Todd Haushalter, Chief Product Officer at Evolution Gaming, said the following about the new products. 

“Our goal when creating the First Person games was to make the world’s best RNG table games.” 

Evolution first launched First Person Roulette and First Person Blackjack. At that time, “we agonised over ensuring that the 3D graphics and performance were perfect,” Haushalter said.

“We also included the “GO LIVE” button to take players to the live version of the same game.” Despite this, “those first two titles proved incredibly popular”, he added.

That’s why they broadened their goal to include RNG versions of the game show games. “Now we’re launching another trio of First Person games to add even more variety.”

Haushalter continued: “Dragon Tiger and Top Card are beautiful in their simplicity, with crisp clean graphics and game play”. Meanwhile, “First Person Baccarat is beautiful in its complexity. This is the first time anyone has tried to create a true Baccarat experience in RNG. 

“Players may choose from their choice of 12 tables based on where the hot trends are.” Also, “they can deal free hands, cut the cards themselves,” he explained.  And “we deal from a true eight-deck shoe and do not digitally shuffle after each round.” 

“Baccarat players are notoriously particular, but I am certain they will love what we have created!”

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