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Evolution Sparks Its Portfolio up with Lightning Baccarat

By: Staff Writer, December 13, 2019

Evolution’s latest addition to the Lightning series of live dealer games – Lightning Baccarat – is here to offer you a very exciting experience!

The Lightning games from this developer are delivering some really fast paced gameplay, which we’re all about and you should be, too.

We’re already familiar with Evolution’s award-winning Live Lightning Roulette, and its unique First Person version, as well as Lightning Dice, a fun dice game released earlier this year.

Soon the developer will be launching new Live Blackjack variant called Speed Blackjack, and previously mentioned Lighting Baccarat, which we’ll find out something more about in a minute.

Let the Lightning Strike

Just like the other Lightning games from Evolution, Lightning Baccarat also gives out exciting prize multipliers in a Lighting Round which happens just before the cards are dealt for the main game.

This is one-of-a-kind Baccarat game in which randomly drawn Lightning Cards and multipliers can boost your winnings by up to 512x your original stake.

Featuring a modern user interface, along with lightning bolts and sound effects, altogether contribute to a thrilling experience, so if you are a Baccarat fan, you’ll enjoy playing this game.

Electrifying Prizes

In Lightning Baccarat, during the Lightning Round, there will be up to five Lightning Cards randomly drawn from a virtual 52-card deck and randomly generated payout multipliers of 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x or 8x are then immediately applied to each Lightning Card.

If you get three matching Lightning Cards the total winnings could be multiplied by as much as 8x8x8 (512x), but what’s even greater than that is that winning bet on a Tie with six matching Lightning Cards can give you a 262,144x multiplier. That adds up to a total of €500,000!

Lightning Baccarat will become available to play in the first quarter of the next year, so look out for that!

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