Inspired Entertainment brings Hybrid Dealer products to Caesars Digital

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Inspired Entertainment has secured a partnership with Caesars Digital to develop Hybrid Dealer products for Caesars Palace Online Casino and Caesars Sportsbook & Casino.

Patent-pending, these will use virtual CGI, green screen technology, and footage of real dealers to produce “an unparalleled gaming experience” of branded casino and gameshow content “without the challenges associated with live-dealer products”. 

“We are always looking for new ways to enhance the player experience and for ways to keep our players engaged,” commented Matt Sunderland, Senior Vice President and Head of Igaming at Caesars Digital.

“Inspired’s Hybrid Dealer technology provides a customisable gaming experience that is second to none and allows our players to enjoy the thrill of our iconic Caesars destinations in a whole new way. This partnership is a testament to our dedication to providing the best online casino experience for our players through cutting-edge offerings.”

Blending physical and digital elements, the Hybrid Dealer products won’t require a studio as outcomes are RNG-generated. Hosts will change regularly over the 24/7 scheduled action to keep players engaged, while games can be customised for individual clients quickly and at a low cost.

Through Inspired’s Hybrid Dealer products, Caesars Digital will be able to offer its players gaming spaces such as the Las Vegas Strip and Caesars’ flagship destinations across multiple jurisdictions.

In October, Inspired produced a similar online hybrid dealer game for BetMGM called MGM Bonus City, which is available in New Jersey and will launch in Pennsylvania and Michigan soon.

Brooks Pierce, President and CEO of Inspired, added: “We are excited to be working with Caesars to bring these revolutionary Hybrid Dealer products to their players.

“Hybrid Dealer is a whole new category of games, and through our advanced technology, Caesars will be able to provide realistic experiences to their players without the expense and effort of dedicated studios and staffing.”