GVC Holdings, one of the best-known casino game suppliers, will be ending 2016 on a high note. Catching up with some of the other suppliers, who have been launching new products left and right, GVC has announced their “Pro” casino table games.
Blackjack and Roulette to Come First
The “Pro” series will kick off with Blackjack Pro and Roulette Pro tables, two of the most popular choices for online punters. According to GVC, these games have been designed with mobile players in mind, making sure they have the best possible gaming experience playing from their portable devices.
Mobile players will be able to choose their preferred orientation (landscape or portrait), and there are many exciting features that’ll improve the overall satisfaction levels. One such a feature is “drag-to bet” available on Roulette Pro tables. Instead of the traditional tapping buttons, players can now make bets by dragging chips on to the felt using their fingers.
Liron Snir, who works as the Chief Product Officer for GVC Holdings, didn’t hide his excitement in the PR accompanying this announcement. Snir explained this was a very important step for the company, especially in terms of their mobile offer. He also emphasized that the entire development process was conducted in cooperation with some of the best industry professionals, making sure the final products hits home.
Blackjack Pro and Roulette Pro will soon be available across casinos featuring GVC games, including well-known brands like Party Casino. The “Pro” series will not stop with these two games, as GVC hopes to add other table games in the near future, significantly boosting their mobile offering and overall gaming experience.
Competing for the Players
As of late, we’ve seen a number of products hit online casinos, created primarily with mobile players in mind. This shows that game developers have recognized that more and more players are accessing casinos from their mobile devices and are now competing to deliver the best, most appealing products, to sway the odds in their favor.
While the game suppliers might be working hard not to stay behind, players are the ones benefiting from this competition. Thanks to developers trying to outmatch one another, we are left with top-quality products that we can truly enjoy.