|Online gambling software developer CyberArts has announced that it will showcase its new Blackjack and Chinese Poker/13-Cards software during the European iGaming Expo and Congress, which will run from October 2 to 4 in Barcelona, Spain.|
The San Francisco-based firm said that the new software will be available for licensing to global online gaming operators who want to develop online Blackjack or Chinese Poker/13-Cards businesses for cash or freeplay supported by advertising or subscription revenue.
“As with all CyberArts games, we've gone to great lengths to differentiate our games with features no one else can offer,” said Chris Derossi, Chief Executive Officer for CyberArts. “Our Blackjack supports multiple players at the same table against the house with simultaneous live chat. Gaming operators have extensive control over gameplay and tournament rules like the duration and number of players in tie-breaker rounds.”
CyberArts’ Blackjack also features the ability for individuals to play against the house with up to three simultaneous hands and the game also supports multi-round tournaments where players may compete with those at a single table or every player in a tournament.
Operators can also 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 and 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,” added Ken Arnold, Chairman for CyberArts.
“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.”