Real Dealer Studios raises the curtain on debut Baccarat title

November 19, 2020 | Sarah Blackburn

Real Baccarat with Sarati uses the same ground-breaking techniques behind the provider’s Real Roulette series to deliver a unique and superior player experience

Real Dealer Studios, known for its high-quality casino games that combine Hollywood-style cinematography with RNG gameplay, has launched its first Baccarat title as the provider expands its unique product offering.

Distinct from live dealer products, Real Dealer’s games are created from high-quality recorded video, with professional actors, film directors, post-production crew and developers collaborating to ensure a consistently flawless player experience from the very first round.

Created using the same ground-breaking techniques behind the provider’s Real Roulette series, Real Baccarat with Sarati is an RNG game starring the ever-charming Sarati, who hosts the game with mind-blowing realism while wearing a winning smile at all times.

The game offers players a truly authentic and immersive experience. Set in a private, luxury casino, the interaction allows a one-on-one feeling to emerge between the player and the dealer, which is in sharp contrast to the live studio ambience and its quality issues.

Real Baccarat with Sarati is the first release in a series of Real Baccarat titles as Real Dealer Studios looks to consolidate the “Real” games category it has introduced to the industry with its flagship Real Roulette titles.

Shane Cotter, Chief Product Officer at Real Dealer Studios, said: “We are immensely excited to pull back the curtain on Real Baccarat with Sarati, as we begin to expand our unique product offering across the full range of table games. Our games are truly different and allow operators to offer their players the most authentic and immersive experience, with none of the connection or quality issues you may find with live casino. We have enjoyed great success and critical acclaim with our Real Roulette series and expect Real Baccarat to be just as popular with operators and players alike.”