6 October 2021


Andar Bahar and Roulette India are now part of the provider’s live casino portfolio

Pragmatic Play, a leading content provider to the iGaming industry, has rolled out two products with an intriguing Indian theme, Andar Bahar and Roulette India

The supplier’s roulette product combines a land-based feel with the unique interaction and accessibility of online play, broadcast from a state of the art studio in Bucharest. 

With 24/7 availability and numerous 4k cameras, players can enjoy numerous special and custom bet types, alongside classic gameplay. It becomes the latest localised roulette product in Pragmatic Play’s Live Casino portfolio

Alongside this is Andar Bahar, a popular card game said to have originated in southern India, where players need to bet on which side the card matching the Joker card will land on. 

Delivering a familiar betting experience for fans of games such as Baccarat or Dragon Tiger, the game also offers Poker-style side bets, such as a Straight Flush, for even more excitement. Available across all devices, with low-streaming latency and expert hosts, it is the latest thrilling card game added to the provider’s offering. 

Pragmatic Play’s array of Live Casino products continue to go from strength to strength, going live with a number of tier one operators around the globe. 

Yossi Barzely, Chief Business Development Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Andar Bahar is an iconic card game that will appeal to many, and we’re very pleased to be able to add it to our offering. 

“Combined with Roulette India, we’re continuing to add more niche game content to our Live offering, and we’re extremely excited about the trajectory our Live Casino offering is on.” 

Pragmatic Play currently produces up to five 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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