Evolution Gaming raises the stakes once again with fresh game updates
The leading Live Casino solutions provider, Evolution Gaming has added to its range of online RNG games two new titles – First Person Lightning Roulette and First Person Dream Catcher.
Notably, the games feature an integrated ‘Go Live’ functionality.
Todd Haushalter, Chief Product Officer at Evolution, commented:
“All Evolution First Person titles are great games in their own right with superior animation and gameplay.
But with the ‘Go Live’ button these games go far beyond conventional RNG games.”
Award-Winning Live Games
The former is RNG-based version of the live dealer version of Evolution’s Lightning Roulette which won three Game of the Year awards in 2018. The latter is based on the company’s Dream Catcher game, which was named Digital Product of the Year in the Global Gaming Awards at G2E Las Vegas 2017.
Now, online casino operators who are interested into adding something unique to their RNG game line-ups, have the option of incorporating the new First Person versions of both games as a part of their offering.
The First Person Lightning Roulette puts the player in the center of the action, with an electrifying setting, lightning effects, and a super-realistic animated Roulette table. Each game round features one to five randomly generated Lucky Numbers struck by lightning and have random prize multipliers of between 50x and 500x applied.
Meanwhile, the First Person Dream Catcher is largely based on the vertical, multi-segment spinning wheels found in land-based casinos, and it is extremely easy to play. Players simply put bets on the number segment on which they believe the wheel will stop.
The 2x and 7x prize multiplier segments on the wheel will definitely bring excitement on a whole new level.
What both of these games have in common is the unique ‘Go Live’ button.
With one touch of the button the player will be transported from the First Person game through an in-game portal to the live versions of the game.
This transition is could not be more seamless considering that both versions of each game have the same rules and easy-to-use Evolution UI.