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888 Casino Adds New Live Games by Evolution GamingPublished March 5, 2018 by Ivan P
With new live games like Lightning Roulette and No Commission Baccarat, as well as Salon Prive for Super VIPs, 888 Casino will seek to boost their live casino offering.
888 Casino, one of the biggest brands in the online gambling industry, has announced several new live games that should be rolled out in the following months. The games in question are brand new Evolution Gaming products, which are bound to appeal to all the fans of the live casino.
New Way to Roulette
Probably the most exciting new product to look forward to is Lightning Roulette. Although neither 888 nor Evolution have revealed many details about the new game, the name suggests it will bring out some fast-paced action in the nicely designed live environment we've already become accustomed to with Evolution.
Furthermore, new Lightning Roulette will feature random multipliers, which suggests a big winning potential on any particular spin. It will be interesting to see what the finished product will look like exactly, but initial announcements are quite promising.
Treating Players Right
In addition to the new roulette game, 888 Casino announced some other innovations to their live casino section coming in 2018. One of these is the Salon Prive area, which will be a private gambling room for Super VIP players. Featuring games such as blackjack, roulette, and more, this dedicated gaming area will give the most loyal 888 Casino players a treatment they deserve, similar to what's found in land-based casinos, where VIP patrons get their dedicated gambling rooms to enjoy their experience to the fullest.
Fans of live baccarat will probably be pleased to hear about 888 Casino's plans to also introduce No Commission Baccarat tables. This concept will be interesting to see in action because no commission tables could seriously improve the players' bottom line.
New Evolution Gaming products will be rolled out at 888 Casino in the following period. The operator didn't share any exact dates but knowing how things work in the industry, the gap between the initial announcement and the actual launch is usually not a big one.