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New games from Cyberarts

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by jetset, Sep 22, 2007.

    Sep 22, 2007
  1. jetset

    jetset RIP Brian CAG

    Senior Partner, InfoPowa News Service

    EiG delegates will get a hands-on preview

    Online gambling software developer Cyberarts will be showcasing its new Blackjack and Chinese Poker/13-Cards during the the European I-Gaming Expo and Congress, which runs October 2-4 in Barcelona, Spain.

    The software will be available for licensing to online gaming operators worldwide who want to develop online Blackjack or Chinese Poker/13-Cards businesses for cash play, or free play supported by advertising or subscription revenue.

    CyberArts CEO Chris Derossi says: As with all CyberArts games, we've gone to great lengths to differentiate our games with features no one else can offer. Our Blackjack supports multiple players at the same table against the house, with simultaneous live chat. Gaming operators have extensive control over game play and tournament rules like the duration and number of players in tie-breaker rounds.

    Other CyberArts Blackjack features include the ability for individuals to play against the house, playing one, two or three hands at a time. The game also supports multi-round tournaments, and tournament players can compete with others at a single table, or even among all players in the tournament. Operators can choose to apply the same stakes and rules to each hand in a tournament, or mix it up by applying a variety of stakes and rules. Tournament chips can be carried forward from round to round, or players can start each round with a new set of chips.

    Recent staff additions allow us to roll out features and games faster, said company chairman Ken Arnold. We're excited about adding Chinese Poker/13-Cards because of its popularity in the Asian market. It's a great game for customer acquisition, since there's a large element of luck that gives beginning players a chance to win games. Over time, though, strategy wins out so it's a nice balance for beginning and seasoned players.

    Only a basic knowledge of poker hand rankings is needed to get started. Each player receives 13 cards and divides them into three poker hands: two with five cards each and one with three cards. Next, each player announces in turn whether or not he is playing his hand. Players then announce their royalties and reveal their hands. Players collect one unit from each opponent whose hand is beaten by the winning player's corresponding hand. Being second-best at the table is good enough to win money. The game is known to be addictive.

    As with other CyberArts products, both games are fully integrated into the CyberArts universal gaming platform, Foundation. This provides operators with a single lobby, down-to-the-pixel flexibility in interface design, advanced marketing features, multiple language and currency support.

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