NetEnt Launches New Mobile Interface For Live Roulette Games
NetEnt has announced the launch of a brand new mobile interface for its Live Roulette games.
The leading software provider, which is known for games such as Divine Fortune and Dead Or Alive, announced the news this week, revealing that it had rolled out a new mobile interface for its Live Roulette casino games.
According to NetEnt’s official announcement, the new interface elevates the user experience while also optimising performance across all devices. The new interface features a revamp of the portrait-based gameplay and introduces 18 Recent Numbers to improve usability.
For customers who play in landscape orientation, the interface includes 34 Recent Number as well as dynamic camera angles and quick access to favourites and statistics. The interface now allows for more immersive streaming in both portrait and landscape orientations, more than any other live casino product on the market, NetEnt states.
With the new interface, customers are provided with an immersive stream view at almost 50% and 100% of the screen. What’s more, users are able to bet with Racetrack, allowing customers to make quick and easy bets on groups or sections of numbers on the roulette wheel.
Andres Rengifo, the Director of NetEnt Live, said in a statement: “NetEnt Live is committed to continually enhancing our product set with new additions and updates that deliver an unrivalled player experience. With our new Roulette mobile interface, we have once again raised the bar, developing a product that is primed to capitalise on the rapid shift to mobile.”
NetEnt’s Table And Live Casino Games
The news comes as NetEnt continues to develop and expand upon its table and live casino games. Back in December, the leading game provider launched a brand new Auto Roulette studio which offers three new live games; Classic Auto Roulette, Rapid Auto-Roulette, and VIP Auto-Roulette.
According to NetEnt’s announcement, the new studio allows players to swap between the different table games seamlessly. It also offers customers HD streaming with blue-screen technology to create a “state-of-the-art live casino experience”.
In October last year, NetEnt launched its Network Branded Casino (NBC) which provides casino operators with more flexibility and control over the live games. The NBC consists of three packages which operators can use from the basic, entry-level package which offers generic backgrounds to the top package which allows operators to use a fully tailored presentation.
What’s more, NetEnt has launched several new table games including Perfect Blackjack, which released in September and was developed in collaboration with Rank Group’s Grosvenor Casino. The game became incredibly popular within months due to having an RTP of 99.5%.