Realistic Games Introduces 3D Table Games for Land-Based and Online Gambling
Realistic Games, a casino content supplier and software developer, announced a new line of games for land-based, mobile, tablet, and desktop gaming. The 3D table games utilize live elements and high-resolution digital renderings to create an interactive, virtual reality gaming experience on a screen.
The first game to launch in Realistic Game’s 3D table games series is Realistic Roulette. The game utilizes ball spins recorded in real life, along with visual control features such as pan, tilt, and unlimited point-of-view angles. The result is a realistic virtual experience of roulette without VR goggles.
The software is built on WebGL technology, which is the same framework for Realistic Games’ previous game launch, Black Ice. WebGL enables the player controls that control the view of the action from all different angles.
The company claims Realistic Roulette is unlike anything else currently available on the igaming market. It boasts high-end graphics and animation that are targeted toward the millennial generation of gamers.
Will graphics and animations be enough to attract millennials to roulette? The game will have to launch at a brick-and-mortar casino or be picked up by an online platform before we can find out.
Realistic Games did not include any information on when the game will be available or if it is set to launch with any of their operating partners. The company’s partnership list includes PaddyPower, BetFair, NYX, bet365, and GVC Holdings. GVC announced a major online gambling partnership today in the U.S. market with MGM Resorts to expand online gaming.