1 June 2022


The provider brings new gaming opportunities with a new twist to the classic casino title

Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the iGaming industry, has further expanded the capabilities of its Live Casino portfolio with the introduction of Speed Blackjack

Packed with features that bring a new twist to the classic casino title, the supplier’s Speed Blackjack contains side bets, Auto-decisions, and more to give a fast-paced play session for those looking to enjoy a premium Live Casino experience. 

The new Speed variant of Blackjack from the provider allows for simultaneous decision offers, reducing the game round length by up to 30%, while Auto-Decisions can be based on the player’s strategy, including stands or hits, to ensure swift gameplay. 

In addition, the game boasts an improved UI, quick seating, and expert game hosts to provide an immersive gaming experience. 

It marks further growth for Pragmatic Play’s new Ruby Studio, which has a number of VIP and regular Blackjack tables broadcast from its state-of-the-art, purpose-built premises. 

The expansion comes as Pragmatic Play is ramping up its slot development, with aims to release up to eight new games a month, while also increasing its Live Casino, Bingo, and Virtual Sports capabilities.  

Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Bringing new gaming opportunities to players is at the core of what we aim to do at Pragmatic Play and we’re very pleased to grow the footprint of our catalogue further with the launch of our new product, Speed Blackjack

“The performance of our Live Casino offering is a great success story, and we are keen to capitalise further on the luxury environment.” 

Pragmatic Play currently produces up to six new slot titles a month, while also delivering Live Casino and Bingo games as part of its multi-product portfolio, available through one single API.    

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