Casino content developer NetEnt has rolled out its Perfect Blackjack title across its operator network, as the strives to allow players to learn the perfect strategy.
Stating that it’s aiming to transform the traditional table game, Perfect Blackjack has been added to the NetEnt live portfolio amid the entity undergoing “major changes” in the last few weeks, including a new user interface across the portfolio.
The acquisition-focused game was developed in conjunction with Rank Group’s Grosvenor Casinos, the UK’s multi-channel casino operator, and is now available across the NetEnt live network.
Perfect Blackjack deals players the ideal hand every time, allowing them to follow, watch and learn flawless strategy, and sees the house edge trimmed back to 0.5 per cent with all current and future players enjoying a return to player of 99.5 per cent.
It is also the only live dealer blackjack game to offer optional autoplay functionality, with players pre-selecting whether to auto-split or double down.
The inclusion of multi-seat and multiple players per box gives even more scalability and flexibility, with the game also including side bets such as perfect pair.
Andres Rengifo, director of NetEnt live, commented: “Launching Perfect Blackjack onto the full NetEnt Live customer network means that players with all our live casino partners will be able to be introduced to and enjoy the benefits of the optimal strategy.
“Beyond that, this is an innovative game that brings something truly different to the live casino market and we have seen that it’s an entertaining and popular product.”
Earlier this month NetEnt entered into an agreement to purchase online casino software supplier Red Tiger for an initial £200m, with a potential additional cash consideration of £23m.
The all-cash transaction is to be finalised imminently, and falls in line with the casino content developer’s vision “to create the future of gaming”.