Casino game designers vibra gaming has launched a new table blackjack game, bringing the title to its customers’ digital screens for the first time.
The game lets you play up to three hands and see the dealer hit on a soft 17. It pays 3:2 in blackjack, and there are double downs, insurance, and splits. Games run smoothly, if a bit fast, but the presentation seems top notch. The dealer’s voice has a Latin American accent, which will help players in the region relate to the gameplay. The game can be played on mobile devices in addition to your standard computer.
Regarding the launch, Ramiro Atucha, CEO of Vibra Gaming said, “It was a challenge for us to emulate one of casino fans’ favorite games in a digital format, but we believe we pulled it off with flying colors. We’re very proud of the work we’ve put in and are confident it will soon become a fan favorite in our gaming portfolio.”
Vibras Blackjack is now playable in casinos that use the developer’s software.
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