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Real Dealer Launches Cinematic Dice Game

Real Dealer Launches Cinematic Dice Game

Malta-based Real Dealer Studios, producers of online casino games built around recorded video, have launched their first dice game, a move that marks an expansion of the cinematic RNG genre into new territory.

The release, Real Sic Bo with Sarati, is hosted by the American actress of the same name, who appears to interact with the player in one-to-one fashion as she takes bets and comments on the results.

The experience is made possible by the studio’s Cinematic RNG process, wherein professional actors, directors and production crew deliver polished cinema-quality recorded video, which is then integrated into a random number generator-based game framework. The results represent a leap forward in quality and realism compared with the rest of the RNG games sphere.

“As a game, sic bo is easy to learn and intuitive, which goes a long way to explaining its enormous popularity in online casino,” said Shane Cotter, chief product officer of Real Dealer Studios.

“What our new title brings to the table is the human element—an engaging dealer who’s always there just for you. Real Sic Bo with Sarati takes you closer to personal, VIP casino game play than you could get with any other RNG dice game. Plus, in terms of visual quality, it’s absolutely stunning.”

In a nod to sic bo’s Asian origins, the game’s design and ambience include subtle hints of the Eastern world. The dealer, Sarati, is one of the studio’s biggest stars. She has featured in five other Real Dealer titles, most recently in Hockey Fever Roulette, released in April.

Kindred Group PLC is now live in the U.S., launching its proprietary tech platform in New Jersey. According to the Malta-based company, a richer set of analytics and data will bring a safer environment and an improved experience to the customers.

The launch in New Jersey is an important step towards rolling out the Kindred platform across

Kindred’s U.S. footprint. Kindred received the final approval for its proprietary gaming platform from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement earlier this year. The platform will provide an enhanced customer experience with customizable and personalized content and products.