Following a revamp and rebranding exercise undertaken last month, GentingBet has unveiled the latest addition to its portfolio, Baccarat Live.

Expanding its suite of live casino titles, Baccarat Live from London Chinatown is said to provide online customers with an “immersive land-based casino experience”.

The new online release gives fans of the historic French card game the chance to play at the gaming tables of the Central London establishment in real time alongside customers on the gaming floor. 

Baccarat Live provides customers the opportunity to play anytime, anywhere and on any device, and becomes the latest addition by GentingBet as it strives to bring together its online and offline casino offering. 

Situated in the heart of the capital city, Baccarat Live from London Chinatown gives customers the chance to experience one of Genting’s most prominent venues – Genting Casino London Chinatown.

The game, hosted by the casino’s croupiers, is open to play online from 4pm to 4am daily with stakes that range from £10 to £10,000.

Jeremy Taylor, managing director of Genting online, stated: “Our range of live from games offers customers a truly immersive and unique gaming experience which sets us apart from anyone else in the industry. And, Baccarat Live from London Chinatown offers customers high quality, in casino gaming from the comfort of their surroundings.”

Last month leisure and entertainment operator Genting outlined plans to bring its product offerings together as one brand, as the firm confirmed a rebranding of its online casino, live casino and sportsbook offering as GentingBet.

The rebranded GentingBet platform covers desktop and mobile devices, and is hoped to deliver an enhanced range of tools, games and sports betting markets together with a new design which provides intuitive functionality and navigation.

The rebrand comes at a time when GentingBet is looking to pursue a strengthened European presence as part of its growth strategy, having recently applied for gaming licences in Malta and Spain with further applications to follow in due course.