Swedish iGaming provider NetEnt is frequently in the headlines for releasing brand-new video slots. Recently, however, NetEnt has generated media attention by showcasing a revamp of NetEnt Live. Moving forward, NetEnt will provide a live casino platform that promises a greater focus on the players.
Two New Live Casino Lobbies
Players can now access either the Lobby or Mini-Lobby when navigating a casino site for live dealer games. According to NetEnt, the new lobbies are intended to foster “seamless navigation”. As part of the process, players can now consult an array of current information to support their selection process.
As a player, it shall be possible to consult the winning numbers from a roulette wheel or see how many seats are available at a blackjack table. NetEnt will also display the total number of players and make it possible to consult the exact wagering limits for every live casino table.
The lobbies also feature tiles with live footage captured from each table. This can let players see the live dealer, casino table, and background of the studio. Moreover, the tiles are intelligently ordered to ensure that relevant games are placed in clusters for simpler access. Branding has also been upgraded to ensure the operator is visibly represented in the lobbies.
NetEnt Live Casino Tables
NetEnt Live was introduced in 2013 and has continued to improve while some competing platforms have faltered. From the platform, users can play a variety of games in landscape or portrait mode on a desktop, smartphone, or tablet device. Across the world, NetEnt live is available in 25 languages and with multiple currencies.
Within the live range, there are recognisable table formats such as VIP Roulette Live, Classic Roulette, Auto Roulette Studio, Blitz Blackjack, Perfect Blackjack, and Common Draw Blackjack, with high roller versions also widely available.